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NRSZ Series 2200 uF 10 V 20 % Radial Miniature Aluminum Electrolytic Capacitor

Mfr Part#: NRSZ222M10V12.5X20F
Mounting Method:  Through Hole
Packaging:  BOX
Std Packaging Qty:  200

 
 

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$0.3600 USD (each)
200 - 249 $0.3600 (Save 4%)
250 - 749 $0.3200 (Save 15%)
750 - 1999 $0.2550 (Save 32%)
2000+ $0.2050 (Save 45%)

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Factory Stock : 13,800
Factory Lead-Time: 16 Weeks
Min. Order Qty: 200
Multiple of: 200
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  • Type: Radial
  • Capacitance: 2200 µF
  • Rated Voltage: 10 V
  • Dimension: Ø 12.5 x 20 mm
  • Operating Temp-Max: 105 °C
Since it's 1982 inception, NIC Components has grown to become a leading supplier of surface mount and leaded electronic components including over 130 product series covering Capacitors, Resistors, Inductors, Chokes, Thermistors, Varistors, Ferrite Chip Beads and Diodes.

General purpose polarized aluminum electrolytic capacitors available in broad range of capacitance values and voltage rating, for use in wide range of electronic circuit applications. Offered in capacitance (uF) and  voltage (VDC) ratings not possible using other capacitor technologies.

Operating temperature ratings cover from -55°C, -40°C to +85degC, +105degC & +125degC. Available in surface mount (SMT) and leaded (Radial, Snap-In) package formats in low cost liquid electrolyte construction. Component sizes range from ultra-miniature 3mm diameter up to 35mm diameter sizes.   

The NRSZ222M10V12.5X20F is a is a low ESR-Z type radial leaded -55°C ~ +105degC rated  220 uF +/-20 % tolerance, 10 VDC rated, 1.4 Arms rated, in 12.5 mm X 20 mm size package. RoHS Compliant. Supplied in bulk packaging (standard) and tape and reel (special order)

For detail technical performance data and usage guidelines, see product data sheet. 

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