GMK316F106ZL-T - 

SMD Multilayer Ceramic Capacitor, 1206 [3216 Metric], 10 µF, 35 V, +80%, -20%, Y5V, M Series

GMK316F106ZL-T - SMD Multilayer Ceramic Capacitor, 1206 [3216 Metric], 10 µF, 35 V, +80%, -20%, Y5V, M Series

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1206 [3216 Metric]
+80%, -20%
M Series
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Product Overview

The GMK316F106ZL-T is a multilayer Ceramic Capacitor with 1206 chip, for general digital circuit and communication equipment. Use of nickel as electrode material and plating processing improve the solderability and heat resistance characteristics. Also prevents migration and raises the level of reliability.
  • Improved Higher Density Mounting
  • Monolithic Structure Provides Higher Reliability
  • Low Equivalent Series Resistance (ESR) Provides Superior Noise Absorption Characteristics
  • Higher Permissible Ripple Current Values
  • Smaller Case Size with High Rated Voltage
  • Improved Reliability Due to Higher Insulation Resistance and Breakdown Voltage


Communications & Networking, Industrial, Power Management


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