47μF tantalum capacitor with 16V voltage. Surface mount tantalum capacitor 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.
- 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-47UF16SMD
- Capacitance: 47μF
- Rated Voltage: 16V
- Type: C-SMD
- Net Size: 2.2 mm
- Height Mounting (Maximum): 1 mm
- Equivalent Series Resistance: 1
- Tolerance: 10%
- Leading Spacing: Leadless
- Working Temperature: -85 ℃— +125 ℃
SMD Tantalum Capacitor Dimension: (Unit: mm)
L= 6, S= 1.3, W1= 3.2, W2= 2.2, H= 2.5
Tips: What is Capacitance?
Capacitance, which is the storage of free charge at a given potential difference, is denoted by C and is in Farad (F). Generally speaking, the charge will be forced to move in the electric field. When there is a medium between the conductor, the charge will be hindered to move and the charge will accumulate on the conductor, resulting in the accumulated storage of charge. The amount of charge stored is called capacitance. Capacitance is the capacity to hold an electric charge. Any electrostatic field is composed of many capacitors, there is an electrostatic field there is capacitance, capacitance is described by electrostatic field.
Capacitance is a physical quantity that shows the capacity of a capacitor to hold charge. In terms of physics, capacitor is a static charge storage medium, and the charge may exist forever, which is its characteristic. It has a wide range of uses, and it is an indispensable electronic component in the field of electronics and power. Mainly used in power filter, signal filter, signal coupling, resonance, filter, compensation, charge and discharge, energy storage, dc isolation and other circuits.