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Part Number: TCAN1042-Q1
My customer uses 0.1uF decoupling capacitor. After the worst case tolerance calculation, they got minimum capacitance = 0.05 uF and maximum capacitance = 0.14uF for the worst case situation. They would like to confirm that this much capacitance is okay as decoupling capacitance for this part?
Using this range for decoupling capacitance is okay. Is the tolerance calculation just based on ceramic capacitance tolerance degradation?
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In reply to Eric Hackett:
Yes. This considers Aging, Vibration, Temperature, DC bais effects, etc.
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