TCJA106M016R0200. - 

Tantalum Polymer Capacitor, 10 µF, 16 V, ± 20%, A, 0.2 ohm

TCJA106M016R0200. - Tantalum Polymer Capacitor, 10 µF, 16 V, ± 20%, A, 0.2 ohm
TCJA106M016R0200. - Tantalum Polymer Capacitor, 10 µF, 16 V, ± 20%, A, 0.2 ohm

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The TCJA106M016R0200 is a conductive polymer solid electrolytic Chip Capacitor with 1206 case. The TCJ series capacitor delivers a high operating voltage for tantalum capacitor with a conductive polymer cathode of 35V. Combined with a low profile design, the high operating voltage reduces the part count and provides design flexibility in board layout. This TCJ capacitor is ideal for applications such as DC/DC converters supplying power for LCD TVs, base stations, rectifiers, switching hubs, routers and line filters as well as LED power drivers in PC monitors and LED TVs. The 35V TCJ capacitor also requires derating by only 20% (up to 85°C), enabling it to be used at 28V for additional applications.
  • Conductive polymer electrode reduces ignition failure mode
  • Lower ESR
  • Benign failure mode under recommended use conditions


Consumer Electronics, Computers & Computer Peripherals, Power Management


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