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T495C335K035ATE525 - 

Surface Mount Tantalum Capacitor, MnO2, 3.3 µF, 35 V, T495 Series, ± 10%, 2312 [6032 Metric]

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Manufacturer:
KEMET KEMET
Manufacturer Part No:
T495C335K035ATE525
Order Code:
1288219
Product Range
T495 Series
Technical Datasheet:
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Product Information

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3.3µF
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35V
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T495 Series
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± 10%
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Cut Tape
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2312 [6032 Metric]
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-55°C
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125°C
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0.525ohm
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C
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Product Overview

The T495 series capacitors are low ESR, surge robust MnO2 polarized tantalum chip capacitors. These capacitors are designed for demanding applications that require high surge current and high ripple current capability. T495 capacitors builds upon proven capabilities of industrial grade tantalum chip capacitors to offer several advantages such as low ESR, high ripple current capability, excellent capacitance stability and improved resistance to high inrush currents. These benefits are achieved through a combination of proprietary design, materials and process parameters as well as high stress, low impedance electrical conditioning performed prior to screening.
  • 0.1µF to 1000µF capacitance range
  • EIA 1206, 1210, 2312, 2917, 2924 case sizes available
  • Available in ±10% and ±20% tolerance
  • Rated voltage range of 2.5VDC to 50VDC
  • Operating temperature range of -55°C to 125°C
  • Meets or exceeds EIA standard 535BAAC
  • 100% steady state accelerated aging
  • Optional gold plated terminations
  • MSL 1

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