RS Components Multi-Layer Ceramic Capacitors Minimize Costs in General-Purpose Apps

SINGAPORE -- RS Components has enhanced its passive components offering with the introduction of a range of RS brand Multi-Layer Ceramic Capacitors( ) (MLCCs) in standard 7" or 13" reel quantities. Available direct from RS stock, these devices provide customers with a reduced-cost option on general-purpose capacitor parts ready for automatic pick-and-placement. Targeting a broad range of applications, such as mobile consumer devices or video and tuner designs among many others, these low inductance capacitors are also ideal for high-frequency applications.

MLCC series is available for same-day despatch from RS

The compact RS MLCC series is available in the popular 0603 (1.6 x 0.8 x 0.8mm) size and features a wide capacitance range from 1000pF to 10,0000pF (1 to 10nF), including 1000, 2200, 4700, 6800 and 10000pF devices and a choice of voltage ratings of 16, 50 or 100V. Devices in the range also come in the 0402 (1 x 0.5 x 0.5mm) size, with voltage ratings of 16 and 50V.

Most devices in the range feature an EIA Class 2 temperature-stable X7R dielectric, operating across the -55 to +125 degrees Celsius temperature range with capacitance tolerances of +/-15%, and are ideal for decoupling applications. Other options in the range use EIA Class 1 temperature-compensating C0G (NP0) materials.

The range conforms to EIAJ RC3402 and is also compatible with EIA RS198 and IEC PUB. 384-10 standards. Offering excellent solderability characteristics, the range is suitable for flow and reflow soldering. The RS MLCC series is available now direct from RS stock for same-day dispatch.

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