Ceramic Capacitors FAQ

Environment

Do Murara's chip multilayer ceramic capacitors comply with the EU RoHS Directive and REACH regulations?

<Approach for EU RoHS>

The chip multilayer ceramic capacitors currently supplied by Murata comply with the EU RoHS Directive which regulates the content of specific materials in electrical and electronic equipment.Click here for more details (Murata's Approach for EU RoHS) for the confirmation method of the EU RoHS compliant products.

 

<Approach for EU REACH>

The chip multilayer ceramic capacitors currently supplied by Murata comply with the obligations of registration, evaluation, authorization and restrictions based on the REACH Regulations. Also, our products comply with the information communication and notification regarding the content of substances of very high concern (SVHC). Click here for more details (Murata's Approach for EU REACH) for the content information of substances of very high concern (SVHC) in products.

 

<Document Download>

The "RoHS Certificate of Compliance" and "REACH SVHC Certificate of Compliance" for some of part numbers including the main product the GRM Series can be downloaded from Murata's Website.

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The analysis report on the EU RoHS Directive restricted substances of the GRM Series by a third party organization can also be downloaded from the my Murata Ceramic Capacitor Site for members.

Product information (Products under development, manufacturing factories, SGS report)

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