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Warranty: The information contained in this catalogue does not form part of any
quotation or contract, is believed to be accurate, reliable and up to date. Quality data are
based on the statistical evaluations of a large quantity of parts and do not constitute a
guarantee in a legal sense. However, agreement on these specifications does not mean
that the customer may not claim for replacement of individual defective capacitors
within the terms of delivery. We cannot assume any liability beyond the replacement
of defective components. This applies in particular to any further consequences of
component failure. Furthermore it must be taken into consideration that the figures
stated for lifetime, failure rates and outlier percentages refer to the average production
status and are therefore to be understood as mean values (statistic expectations)
for a large number of delivery lots of identical capacitors. These figures are based
on application experience and data obtained from preceding tests under normal
conditions, or – for purpose of accelerated aging – more severe conditions. JIANGHAI
reserves the right to change these specifications without prior notice. Any application
information given is advisory and does not form part of any specification. The products
are not primarily designed for use in life support applications, devices or systems
where malfunction of these products can reasonably be expected to result in personal
injury. JIANGHAI customers using or selling these products for use in such applications
without prior written consent of JIANGHAI do so at their own risk and agree fully to
indemnify JIANGHAI for any damage resulting from such improper use or sale. This
version of the catalogue supersedes all previous versions. Latest versions of datasheets
can be found on our homepage: www.jianghai-europe.com
For more details on precautions and guidelines for aluminum electrolytic capacitors,
please refer to CENELEC Technical Report CLC/TR 50454:2008 E, “Guide for the
application of aluminum electrolytic capacitors”.
Polarity: Electrolytic capacitors are polar and shall never be used with incorrect polarity,
as there is a possible danger of shorting or destruction.
rated Voltage ur: The Rated Voltage is marked on the capacitor and defined in the
datasheets as Ur. This voltage should never be exceeded and is the maximum peak
voltage including any ripple voltages allowed to avoid a shortening of the lifetime or
damage of the capacitor. When a ripple current is applied to the capacitor, the sum of
the peak ripple voltage and bias DC voltage shall never exceed the Rated Voltage. It
might be necessary to lower the maximum allowed bias DC voltage, when certain ripple
currents are applied to the capacitor.
Surge Voltage: Maximum Voltage, which may be applied to the capacitor for short
periods of time: max. 1000 cycles of 30 sec. per 6 min., max. 5 pulses per hour.
Capacitance drift +/- 15% max.
reverse Voltage: Reverse voltages or voltages < 0 V are not allowed.
recovery Voltage: After charging and discharging a capacitor there might still be a
voltage between the terminals, which is built up internally due to dielectric absorption.
Please take action that this load does not damage other devices or scare the workers
during production (sparks possible).
Temperature range: Use electrolytic capacitors only within the specified operating
over-Current: Currents exceeding the rated ripple currents should be avoided.
ripple Current/Voltage: The combined value of DC voltage and peak AC voltage (due
to ripple current) shall not exceed the rated voltage and shall never be < 0 V. Use of
aluminum electrolytic capacitors under ripple current with wide amplitudes is equivalent
to quick charge-discharge operation.
rapid Charging/Discharging: Rapid Charging/Discharging generates severe heat and
gas may be emitted which may lead to explosion. Consult JIANGHAI about specially
designed capacitors suitable for such kind of applications.
Balancing resistors: Balancing resistors should be utilized if capacitors are used in
serial connection. Please choose low-tolerance resistors to limit voltage drift.
Charge-Discharge Proof: JIANGHAI capacitors are charge-discharge proof, which
means that 10
switching cycles will cause capacitance reduction of less than 10%.
Lifetime: There are many different lifetime definitions known without any true standard
definition. Take special care when capacitors are compared that the capacitors fulfill
the needed requirements. JIANGHAI publishes all conditions to be as transparent as
possible. In the case of lifetime tests with additional ripple currents, the bias DC voltage
must be reduced, so that the sum of bias DC voltage and the peak of the ripple voltage
does not exceed the Rated Voltage Ur.
• Load Life: Period of time, during which the technical parameters of all capacitors
stay within the given limits. JIANGHAI defines this without allowing for outliers.
• useful Life: defined like load life, but a given percentage of components may be
outside the defined limits. Useful life data are usually calculated within a confidence
level of 60%. See further details in specifications and data sheets. Outlier
percentage: ≤ 1%.
• Endurance Test: IEC 60384-4 defines the acceptable drift criteria of electrical
parameters after the endurance tests (continuous voltage test).
• Shelf Life: Definition of time with acceptable drift of capacitor parameters after
storage at upper category temperature without load. JIS-C-5102-1994
Vibration and mechanical stress: Capacitors are sensitive to vibration and mechanical
forces applied on the leads. Do not use capacitors, which have been dropped onto a
insulation: If any defect of the sleeve is visible, the component should not be used –
same for any kind of visible damage. A capacitor should be electrically isolated from the
following parts: Aluminum case, cathode lead wire, anode lead wire and circuit pattern,
and auxiliary terminal of snap-in type. The PVC sleeve is not recognized as an isolator
and therefore the standard capacitor should not be used in a place where insulation
function is needed. Please contact JIANGHAI if higher grade of insulation is required.
• Avoid direct contact with water, salt solution, oil, dewing conditions
• Halogens generally, especially fumigation treatment with bromides and flame
retardent agents containing halogens must be avoided.
• Avoid exposing to direct sunshine, ozone, ultraviolet rays and x-ray radiation.
• Air Pressure: Max. 150kPa, min. 8kPa.
• No heavy air pressure changes are allowed.
• Do not use or store in an environment containing any hazardous gas (e.g.,
hydrogen sulphide, sulphurous acid, nitrous acid, chlorine, ammonia, bromine,
methyl bromide, other halogens) or acidic or alkaline solutions.
• Temperature 5 to 30°C, Humidity below 75%.
• Electrolytic capacitors may accumulate charge naturally during storage. In this case
discharge through a 1kOhm resistor before use (Recovery Voltage).
• Leakage current may be increased after long storage time. In this case the
capacitor should be subjected to the rated voltage treatment through a 1kOhm
resistor before use for 1 hour, then it should be discharged through a resistor of
about 1 Ohm/Volt.
• Storage times above 1 year should be avoided or rated voltage treatment may be
• In accordance to IEC 60384-4 electrolytic capacitors are subject to a reforming
process before acceptance testing. Rated voltage is applied via a series resistance
(100Ω: Ur ≤ 100VDC, 1kΩ: Ur > 100VDC).
Soldering: Soldering conditions (temperature, times) should be within specified
conditions, especially for SMD components. Avoid high soldering temperatures as
this may reduce lifetime or damage the capacitor. Do never dip the capacitor body
into molten solder. Flux should not be adhered to the capacitor’s body but only to its
For details and different methods please contact us.
Cleaning and Coating: Do not use fixing agents or cleaning substances containing
halogens and the epoxy resin coating materials. Also never use solvents containing:
Halogenated hydrocarbons, alkali, petroleum, trichloroethylene/-ethane, xylene,
acetones, trichlorotrifluoroethane, tetrachloroethylene, methylenechloride, chloroform,
acetates, ketones, esters, chlorides and bromides. In case of questions see detailed
Mounting: Other devices, which are mounted near the capacitor, should not touch the
capacitor. Additional heat coming from other components near the capacitor may reduce
the lifetime of the capacitor. Do never bend or twist the capacitor after soldering to avoid
stress on the leads. Radial capacitors are not protected against mechanical forces on
the leads. Forces on the pins might damage the capacitor. No printed circuit board
tracks are allowed between the lead pads of the capacitor. Screw Terminal capacitors
should only be mounted in an upright position.
Transport: Avoid fumigation and spraying insecticides (especially with bromides) in
the import or export procedures which can cause corrosion. This applies also to the
Maintenance: Periodical inspection should be carried out for the capacitor:
visual inspection to check pressure relief open or leakage of electrolyte, electrical
characteristics as leakage current, capacitance, and dissipation factor.
Electrolyte and Separator paper: Electrolyte and separator paper used in Aluminum
Capacitors may be flammable. Also electrolyte is electrically conductive. Therefore in
case electrolyte gets in contact with PC board it may cause corrosion of circuit pattern
or cause short circuit between patterns, and may lead to smoke generation or ignition
in worst case.
Caution during use of Capacitors: Do not touch the terminals of capacitors. Keep the
capacitor free from conductive solution, such as acids, alkali and so on. Ensure that the
operating environment of the equipment into which the capacitor has been built is within
the specified conditions mentioned in the catalogue or specification sheets.
Safety Vent: The safety vent needs some free space to open properly. Allow for free
headroom of at least 2mm for diameter ≤16mm, more than 3mm for diameter 18-35mm,
more than 5mm for case diameter 40mm and larger.
Emergency Actions: When the pressure relief vent is open and some gas blows out
from the capacitor, please turn the main switch of the equipment off or pull out the plug
from the power outlet immediately. During safety vent operation, extremely hot gas
(>100°C) may blow out of the capacitors. Do not stand close to the capacitors. In case
of eye contact, rinse the open eye(s) with clean water immediately. In case of ingestion,
gargle with water immediately, do not swallow. Do not touch electrolyte but wash skin
with soap and water in case of skin contact.
Definition of electrical parameters: Separate documents as application notes,
equivalent circuit diagrams and so on are available on request.
Packaging: Please refer to the data book for details. Further information is available
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