0201YC102KAT2A

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Description

CAP 1000PF 16V 10% X7R 0201 REEL
X7R formulations are called “temperature stable” ceramics and fall into EIA Class II materials. X7R is the most popular of these intermediate dielectric constant materials. Its temperature variation of capacitance is within ±15% from -55°C to +125°C. This capacitance change is non-linear. Capacitance for X7R varies under the influence of electrical operating conditions such as voltage and frequency. X7R dielectric chip usage covers the broad spectrum of industrial applications where known changes in capacitance due to applied voltages are acceptable.

Specifications

Capacitance:
1000pF
Voltage Rating:
16V
Ceramic Capacitor Case:
0201 [0603 Metric]
Capacitance Tolerance:
± 10%
Dielectric Characteristic:
X7R
Product Range:
AVX 0201 MLCC
Operating Temperature Min:
-55°C
Operating Temperature Max:
125°C
Automotive Qualification Standard:
-
MSL:
MSL 1 - Unlimited
SVHC:
No SVHC (27-Jun-2018)
Capacitance Tolerance ±:
± 10%
Capacitor Terminals:
SMD
Operating Temperature Range:
-55°C to +125°C
Reel Quantity:
15000

Alternate Descriptions

Avnet America

Capacitor SMD Ceramic 0201 Case 16Vdc X7R Dielectric 1000pF ±10% ø7"T/R

Avnet America product

Allied Electronics, Inc

0201 1nF Ceramic Multilayer Capacitor, 16 V dc, +125degC, X7R Dielectric, +/-10%

Avnet Europe

Capacitor SMD Ceramic 0201 Case 16Vdc X7R Dielectric 1000pF ±10% ø7"T/R

Avnet Europe product

Avnet Asia

Capacitor SMD Ceramic 0201 Case 16Vdc X7R Dielectric 1000pF ±10% ø7"T/R

Avnet Asia product

Future Electronics

0201 1 nF 16 V ▒10 % Tolerance X7R Surface Mount Multilayer Ceramic Capacitor