Chip Resistors offer ohmic values of .1 ohm to 1,000 Gohm.

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Thick film chip resistors, available in sizes from .030 x .020 in. to .250 x.120 in., have gold, platinum silver, and platinum silver with 62/36/2 solder coating terminations. Termination attachment methods include wire bonding, soldering, and epoxy bonding. Products are suited for instrumentation and calibration applications as well as high voltage regulation, power switching, RF and microwave circuits, and power supplies.



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IMS Intros High Ohmic Value Chip Resistors



Portsmouth, Rhode Island, USA - International Manufacturing Services, Inc. (IMS), a leading supplier of thick and thin film chip resistors and chip attenuators to the electronics industry, announces the availability of new thick film chip resistors offering ohmic values ranging from .1 ohm to 1000 Gohm.

These chip resistors are ideally suited for numerous instrumentation and calibration applications, as well as high voltage regulation, power switching, RF and microwave circuits, and power supplies, on board types ranging from hybrids to printed circuit board mounting. Resistor sizes range from .030" x .020" to .250" x.120". Terminations include gold, platinum silver, and platinum silver with 62/36/2 solder coating. Termination attachment methods include wire bonding, soldering, and epoxy bonding. Bulk packaging is standard with tape and reel available. Pricing ranges from $.57 - $1.40 per 1000 pc. based on value and size.

IMS manufactures quality thick film chip resistors, both standard and custom, for applications ranging from automotive sensors to high frequency microwave and medical equipment. IMS has been supplying the electronics manufacturing industry with highest quality thick and thin film chip resistors and chip attenuators since 1974. For more information, visit www.ims-resistors.com, or contact the company at 50 Schoolhouse Lane, Portsmouth, RI, 02871 USA, Tel. 401.683.9700. Fax 401.683.5571, e-mail: sales@ims-resistors.com.

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