0.47uF/35V Tantalum Capacitor
0.47uF/35V Tantalum Capacitor, A capacitor (originally known as a condenser) is a passive two-terminal electrical component used to store energy electrostatically in an electric field. Tantalum electrolytic capacitors are exceptionally polarized devices. While aluminum electrolytic capacitors, which are polarized as well, might survive a briefly applied reverse voltage, tantalum capacitors are very sensitive to reverse polarization. If a reverse polarity voltage is applied, the dielectric oxide breaks down, sometimes forming a short circuit. This short circuit may later cause thermal runaway and destruction of the capacitor.
Tantalum capacitors are a subtype of electrolytic capacitors. They are made of tantalum metal which acts as an anode, covered by a layer of oxide which acts as the dielectric, surrounded by a conductive cathode. The use of tantalum allows for a very thin dielectric layer. This results in a higher capacitance value per volume, superior frequency characteristics compared to many other types of capacitors, and excellent stability over time. Tantalum capacitors are generally polarized, which means that they may only be connected to a DC supply observing the correct terminal polarity
- Value: 0.47uF
- Voltage Rating: 35V
- Feature: Excellent Temperature and Long-Life Stability, Moisture Resistant, Very Low Leakage Current
- Accuracy: ±10%
- Operating Temperature Range: -55°C to +85°C
- Mounting Type: Through Hole
- Type: Solid
- RoHS Compliant
1 x 0.47uF/35V Tantalum Capacitor
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