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These small devices boast a high capacitance, low equivalent series resistance (ESR), and low impedances at high frequencies.
When in contact, LCR-Reader will automatically determine the type of component and the best test parameters and measure for Inductance (L), Resistance (R) or Capacitance (C) while also measuring for secondary values such as the Equivalent Series Resistance (ESR).
Smart Tweezers and LCR-Reader make identifying and evaluating these components simple; with a component grasped between the tweezers' tips, the device will automatically determine the type of component and measure for Inductance, Resistance, Capacitance and Equivalent Series Resistance (ESR) values.
Glossary CV - Capacitance/Voltage EIA - Electronic Industries Alliance ESR - Equivalent Series Resistance ESL - Equivalent Series Inductance MLCC - Multilayer Ceramic Capacitor RoHS - Restriction of Hazardous Substances SMD - Surface Mount Device
The phase compensation circuit permits ceramic capacitors with low equivalent series resistance (ESR) of 0.
The high capacitance and low equivalent series resistance (ESR) of the supercapacitor provides approximately 1 second of peak power to transmit data.
In this example, we see excellent agreement between the measured impedance (in red) and the simulated impedance of the model (in blue), when we use a value of the equivalent series resistance (ESR) of 0.
The new Vishay Sprague SMD capacitor with capacitance values up to 2200 microfarads features a conductive polymer cathode technology that delivers low equivalent series resistance (ESR) values across a capacitance range from 47 microfarads to 2200 microfarads with a standard capacitance tolerance of plus/minus 20%.