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By G. W. A. Dummer, J. Mackenzie Robertson

Eastern Miniature digital elements information 1966—7 provides info pertinent to miniature parts which are to be had from the japanese electronics undefined. This e-book specializes in the smaller kinds of part, particularly these appropriate to be used with transistorized gear.
This textual content presents information about the AF Packits items, that are of complex layout to permit for a revolutionary conversion to using transistors in audio circuits. many of the businesses featured during this booklet comprise Alps Elctronic Co. Ltd., Chuomusen Co. Ltd., Fujitsu restricted, Mikasa electrical Works Co. Ltd., Nippon communique business Co. Ltd., Sankyo Onki Co. Ltd., Watanabe electrical Co. Ltd., and Pioneer electrical company. a close description of assorted tv elements is supplied in tabular structure.
This e-book is a priceless source for readers who are looking to gather extra wisdom of miniature electronics to be had from jap assets. Engineers and technicians also will locate this e-book tremendous important.

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50CP pacitance is limited within range from — 10*C ^ 1 unit % 3. FREQUENCY in ca­ RANGE: Very highly satisfactory at 65* C life test. CHARACTERISTICS: superior at high CONSTRUCTION & Sub-miniature TYPE to conventional electrolytic capacitors. Impedance Very in is very small construction, Very frequency. 4. 3 Highly Change 35MIN Highly ,MG, low temperature. 1 0 % of the rated capacitance at + 2 0 * C with temperature Covers from — 4 0 ' C ~ + 6 5 ' C . »k 4* 12+1MAX loss at hoO'C. 2. WORKING T E M P E R A T U R E -35MIN in relation to change in temperature.

V) C '. Rated Capacitance (μψ) i - ^ i s 4 . PRODUCT O F CAPACITANCE IN M F D AND EQUIVALENT S E R I E S R E ­ SISTANCE IN O H M S . 5 5. LOW T E M P E R A T U R E I M P E D A N C E Product of capacitance in mfd and Impedance in ohms o f capacitor when mesured at 1 2 0 % immediately after one hour exposure in a low temperature oven main­ tained at -10 eC shall be less than the limit indicated below. v. 1 β. SURGE VORTAGE AND OTHER SPECIFICATIONS ARE TO CONFORM WITH JIS C 6451. 3WT L'-L+löT New Product TYPE ; ELECTROLYTIC, ALUMINIUM 'FOX' SUBMINIATURE, F O R TRANSISTOR Tubular Type TYPI No.

Y. No. V. (V) Cop. 0 μ¥ (incl) Loss Factor Working Voltage 3 6 10 12 15 25 Loss in Q μψ Vinyl sleeve 8 0 0 max. 984) ± 5 ( 0 . 012) L ' = L + 1 . 5 ( 0 . 06CV+10)M I=Leakage Current in μΑ C = R a t e d Capacitance in μ¥ V=Working Voltage in V Unit m/m(inch) 25 Continued TYPE : ELECTROLYTIC, ALUMINIUM 'FOX' SUBMINIATURE, FOR EXTREME LOW TEMPERATURE mt ■ ■■ iii Generally in transisterized radio or TV circuits, the electrolytic capacitors are used only for cou­ pling and by-pass filters. On the early denys of transister radio the use of the electrolytic capaci­ tors for coupling is to be the only problem but as the transistor circuit application becomes broad, the use for the by-pass filter is found to be more important for stability, especially for the low temperature behaviors.

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