Current Sense Metal Element Resistors offer ratings to 3 W.
Surface-mount chip resistors of ULR Series feature Inductance and TCR values, along with power rating, that promote optimal thermal performance and minimized power consumption in circuit designs. RoHS-compliant products suit high-volume, high-current power electronics applications involving current detection and monitoring. Specifications include power ratings of 1, 1.5, 2, 2.5, and 3 W at 80-Read More »
Current Sensing Resistors operate from -65 to +275
Available in 3921 and 5931 case sizes, surface-mount Power Metal Strip-® Models WSLT3921 and WSLT5931 are 3 and 5 W resistors that incorporate solid metal iron-chrome alloy resistive element with low TCR of less than 20 ppm/-Read More »
Current Sense Flat Chip Resistors offer 2 W rating.
Housed in 2512 package, LR Series features copper conductor element on alumina substrate with wraparound copper terminations and protective overcoat. Units are also available in 1206 and 2010 sizes rated at .5 W and 1 W, respectively. They provide resistance range from 0.002-1 W, with tolerances to -Read More »
Current Sense Resistor Kits aid design engineers.
Enclosed in handheld binder, CSKA Kit provides widely used current sensing resistance values. It includes thick film CSRN Series, foil on ceramic CSRF Series, and metal foil CSNL Series. Available in EIA standard sizes of 0805, 1206, 2010, and 2512, kit includes values from 5-800 mW in 1% tolerance. CSKL kits feature CSNL and CSRF technologies, which provide values down to 1 mW in 1% tolerance...Read More »
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SMD Resistor features heat sink to provide 600 V isolation.
Offered in standard tape and reel packaging, .5 x .5 in. HPC series SMD resistor is capable of 5 W continuous power in free air. With 200 or 400 lfm air movement, power rating increases to 10 and 12.5 W, respectively without exceeding circuit board temperature of 105-Read More »
Flat Chip Resistors suit high power applications.
With wide terminal construction, Series WK73 features optimized thermal shock characteristics and solder joint reliability. Resistance range is 22 mW to 1 MW and TCRs are -Read More »
Current Sense Resistors feature low resistance values.
Consisting of 2 W, size 2512 metal element resistors, CSNL Series is capable of tolerances down to 1%, resistance values from .001-.007 W, and TCRs of -Read More »
Neutral Grounding Resistors are UL and CSA certified.
Designed to meet all requirements of IEEE 32 and IEC, Neutral Grounding Resistors offer UL and CSA ratings up to 8 kV L-N. Units are available in NEMA 3R enclosure with solid steel, cross-kinked, one-piece top; top ventilating screen; and stand-off insulators. Stainless steel resistor elements come in stamped grid, edgewound, or wirewound. Optional features include powder coat finish, stainless...Read More »
IRC'S Surface Mount Open Air Resistor Specified for Current Sensing in Automotive Applications
MUNICH, Germany (November 14, 2006) - Providing automotive design engineers with a power current sense surface mount resistor with enhanced thermal characteristics, TT electronics IRC Wire and Film Technologies Division has developed a wider version of their open air current sense resistor with a higher power rating than conventional metal element resistive devices. Designated the OARS-XP Series,...Read More »
Current Sense Resistor suits automotive applications.
Featuring bimetallic construction with welded copper terminals, OARS-XP Series current sense surface mount resistors have wide metal alloy resistive element. Open air design allows air flow under resistive element to prevent excess heat transmission to PC board. Operating between -40 and +125-Read More »
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