47μF 10V tantalum chip capacitor with small size. Most often in the form of surface mounted devices (SMD). These surface mount tantalum capacitors claim much less space on the printed circuit board and allow for greater packing densities.
L= 3.2, S= 0.8, W1= 1.6, W2= 1.2, H= 1.6
Tips: What is Wet Tantalum Capacitor?
The main feature of modern non-solid (wet) tantalum capacitors are their energy density compared with that of solid tantalum and wet aluminum electrolytic capacitors within the same temperature range. Due to their self-healing properties (the non-solid electrolyte can deliver oxygen to form new oxide layer in weak areas of the dielectric), the dielectric thickness can be formed with much lower safety margins and consequently with much thinner dielectric than for solid types, resulting in a higher CV value per volume unit. Additionally, wet tantalum capacitors are able to operate at voltages in excess of 100V up to 630V, have a relatively low ESR, and have the lowest leakage current of all electrolytic capacitors.