Applied Voltage Options
This information is organized by Applied
Voltage, Case Size, and Capacitance.
Applied Voltage is the DC bias voltage level
will be present on the capacitor during operation. For example, for a capacitor with an Applied Voltage of 12 V, devices with a
Rated Voltage of 16 V will be offered. Polymer capacitors require a 20% voltage derating. Please note that Applied Voltage is
not a maximum voltage as long as the 20% derating is met. (e.g. 16 V*80% = 12.8 V).
|2 V||3.3 V||5 V|
|12 V||28 V|
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Considerations for Substituting
Surface Mount MLCCs