C322C103JDR5TA - 

Multilayer Ceramic Capacitor, Gold Max, 0.01 µF, 1 kV, Goldmax, 300 Series, ± 5%, Radial Leaded

C322C103JDR5TA - Multilayer Ceramic Capacitor, Gold Max, 0.01 µF, 1 kV, Goldmax, 300 Series, ± 5%, Radial Leaded

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Goldmax, 300 Series
± 5%
Radial Leaded
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The Goldmax X7R series capacitors from KEMET are radial leaded, commercial grade, high voltage Goldmax multilayer ceramic capacitors with class II X7R dielectric material. These capacitors offer low leakage current, exhibit low ESR at high frequencies and find conventional use as snubbers or filters in applications such as switching power supplies. These are also used in high voltage coupling, DC blocking, lighting ballasts, voltage multiplier circuits, DC/DC converters and coupling capacitors in cuk converters.
  • Capacitance value range from 10pF to 0.56µF
  • Available in ±5%, ±10% and ±20% tolerances
  • Matte tin plated lead finish, excellent solderability
  • true
  • true
  • Conformal coated
  • High temperature solder lead attach
  • Operating temperature range from -55°C to 125°C
  • Non-polar device, minimizing installation concerns
  • Flammability rating meets UL94 V-0

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