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    1μF 35V Tantalum Capacitor

    Cheap 1μF tantalum capacitor for sale online. 1μF tantalum capacitor with flame retardant, high temperature resistance and small error. Operating temperature range from -40 ℃ to 125 ℃. Mobile phone, electric bicycle can be found 1μF 35V tantalum capacitor.
    SKU: ATO-TC-1UF35V
    This product has a minimum quantity of 100

    1μF 35V tantalum capacitor is small in size, easy to carry and operate. The capacity error of 1μF tantalum capacitor is small, so it can be more accurate in operation.


    • Small volume and small capacity error
    • Wide temperature range, high temperature resistance
    • Long life, high insulation resistance, small leakage current
    • Equivalent series resistance (ESR) has good high frequency performance


    Model ATO-TC-1UF35V
    Nominal capacity 1μF, 35V
    Type DIP SMD
    ESR 1
    Size 1 mm
    Tolerance 10%
    Height Mounting (Maximum) 1 mm 125 mm
    Leading Spacing 2.54 mm Leadless
    Working Temperature -40 ℃—125 ℃ -85 ℃—125 ℃

    DIP Tantalum Capacitor Dimension: (Unit: mm)

    DIP tantalum capacitor dimension

    SMD Tantalum Capacitor Dimension: (Unit: mm)

    B: L= 3.5, S= 0.8, W1= 2.8, W2= 2.2, H= 1.6

    SMD tantalum capacitor dimension

    Tips: Tantalum Capacitor vs Ceramic Capacitor

    • Polarization. The majority of tantalum capacitors are polarized. This means they can only be linked to a DC power source while maintaining proper terminal polarity. Non-polarized ceramic capacitors, on the other hand, can be safely connected to an AC source. Ceramic capacitors have a higher frequency response because they are not polarized.
    • Temperature Response. Tantalum capacitors have a linear capacitance change when exposed to temperature changes, whereas ceramic capacitors have a non-linear response. On the other hand, Ceramic capacitors can be made to trend linearly by narrowing the operating temperature ranges and taking temperature response into account during the design phase.
    • Voltage Response. Tantalum capacitors have clear capacitance changes as a function of applied voltage, whereas ceramic capacitors do not. The permittivity of the dielectric shrinks inside the ceramic capacitor in response to higher applied voltages, causing capacitance changes. While most ceramic capacitor capacitance changes are linear and easily accounted for, some higher permittivity dielectrics can lose up to 70% of their initial capacitance when operated at rated voltage.
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