0.068uF Taped X2 Capacitor

The field of electronic components is dynamic, with continuous advancements and innovations. The future developments in X2 capacitor technology, including improvements in performance, materials, and design.The 0.068uF taped X2 Capacitor stands as a critical component in the world of electronics, ensuring safety, reliability, and optimal performance in a variety of applications. We delve  into the 0.068uF X2 capacitor’s capacitance value, applications, manufacturing process, and its role in comparison to other capacitors. By understanding the intricacies of this component, engineers and enthusiasts alike can make informed decisions in their electronic designs, contributing to the advancement of technology and safety standards in electronic devices.

Product Description

0.068uF Taped X2 Capacitor Specifications:

Dielectric Polypropylene film
Electrodes Vacuum evaporated metal
Coating Encapsulated in reinforced flame retardant plastic case sealed with epoxy resin meeting the requirement of UL 94V-0
Leads Radial leads of tinned wire/ insulation flexible wire
Reference standard IEC 60384-14 (3nd Edition,2005) UL1414,UL1283,
GB/T 14472-1998,EN60384-14
Climatic catalogue 40/100/21 (GMF)
Capacitance versus rated voltage (UR) 0.001µF-2.2µF/275VAC (50/60Hz)
0.001µF-4.7µF/310VAC (50/60Hz), (UL)
Capacitance tolerance M = ±20%, K = ±10%, and J = ±5%
Dissipation factor DF≤1.0% (at 20°C, 1KHz)
Voltage-proof 4.3*UR Unit VDC (1minute at 20℃ )
Insulation resistance C ≤0.33μF, IR ≥15,000mΩ, C>0.33μF, IR*C≥5000S
(1 minute at 20 and RH≤65%)
Endurance: The test voltage 125% shall be applied for 1000 hours in the 100 ℃ chamber.Each of these voltage shall be applied to each capacitor individually through a resistor of 47Ω±5%, During this period, 1000VAC 60Hz for 0.1sec be applied once each hour. After the Test:
△ C/C ≤ 10%; IR ≥ 50% of the specified value;
△ DF ≤ 0.8%(C ≤ 1µF);
△ DF ≤ 0.5%(C > 1µF); (at 20 ℃ 1KHz)


0.068 X2 Capaciotr Taped Design

The Taped aspect of the capacitor refers to its packaging. Taped X2 capacitors are often designed for automated assembly processes, making them suitable for mass production. There are some advantages of the taped design, such as ease of handling during assembly, reduced risk of damage, and increased efficiency in manufacturing.

The understanding of 0.068uF taped X2 capacitor are as below:

Capacitors are fundamental electronic components that store and release electrical energy. They consist of two conductive plates separated by an insulating material known as a dielectric. The capacitance of a capacitor is a measure of its ability to store charge, and it is measured in farads (F). The 0.068uF designation of the X2 capacitor refers to its capacitance value, with ‘uF’ representing microfarads.

The 0.068 taped X2 capacitors belong to the safety capacitor category and are designed for applications where failure could lead to electric shock. The 0.068 taped X2 capacitors are specifically engineered to meet safety standards and regulations, making them indispensable in electronic devices that require a high level of protection. The ‘X2’ designation signifies that these capacitors are suitable for across-the-line applications, providing a barrier to high-frequency interference and preventing it from entering or leaving the device.

The 0.068uF taped X2 Capacitor has a capacitance value of 0.068 microfarads. This specific capacitance value is chosen based on the requirements of the electronic circuit in which it is employed. Capacitors typically have tolerances, indicating the maximum allowable variation from the specified value. Understanding these tolerances is crucial in ensuring the capacitor meets the desired performance criteria.

A detailed examination of the manufacturing process sheds light on the intricacies involved in producing the 0.068uF Taped X2 Capacitor. The main discussions are the materials used, the assembly process, quality control measures, and the importance of precision in manufacturing to ensure consistent performance.

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