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Precision Resistor Network Devices suit applications to +230

Based on Z1-Foil technology, PRND HT Series provides load-life stability to ±0.03% typical at +200°C for 2,000 hr at derated power and long-term, high-temperature exposure to ±0.03% typical at +230°C for 1,000 hr at zero power. Offered in dual-in-line, flatpack, gull wing, and leadless chip carrier configurations, hermetically sealed devices feature wide resistance range from 5 Ω, with...

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Current Sense Resistor is available in 0805 chip size.
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Current Sense Resistor is available in 0805 chip size.

Rated at 0.5 W, CSRF0805 employs foil on ceramic carrier technology and offers TCR values as low as 50 ppm. Product offers resistance values from 10-100 mohm, in 1% and 5% tolerances, and accommodates needs of portable electronics. Applications include power supplies, battery management, voltage regulators, portable barcode scanners, portable communications devices, portable medical diagnostic...

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Current Sensing Chip Resistor ranges from 0.3-10 ohm.

With TCR of ±0.2 ppm/°C from -55 to +125°C, tolerances to ±0.5%, and load-life stability to ±0.015% at 70°C for 2,000 hours, Model VCS1610Z is suited for current measurement in unconventional environmental conditions, such as extremely high temperatures and radiation-rich environments. Surface mount Z-Foil device has power rating of 0.25 W at +70°C and thermal stabilization time of less...

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Current Sensing Resistor features 5 W rating.
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Current Sensing Resistor features 5 W rating.

Featuring resistance values from 0.5-120 mW in tolerances down to 0.5% and 50 ppm TCR, Model CSS4527 is suitable for current sensing in power supplies, motor controls, high power regulators, robotics, industrial controls, medical equipment, and network diagnostic equipment. Unit is capable of full power operation in temperatures up to 100°C and can operate in temperatures up to 225°C.

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Precision Resistor Network Devices meet military specs.

Compliant with EEE-INST-002 and MIL-PRF-83401, PRNDs are hermetically sealed networks consisting of multiple Bulk Metal® Foil hybrid chip resistors connected by gold-wire bonding inside ceramic packages. Devices provide low absolute TCR of ±2 ppm/°C from -55 to +125°C, +25°C ref and load-life stability to ±0.05%. Offered in DIP, flatpack, gull wing, and LCC package configurations, PRNDs...

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Stackpole's SP3A UL Recognized Wirewound Ideal for Power Protection in Appliances
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Stackpole's SP3A UL Recognized Wirewound Ideal for Power Protection in Appliances

RALEIGH, NC - Stackpole's flame proof SP3A axial leaded wirewound series is designed for robust surge handling and fail safe fusing. Unlike other metal film fusible resistors, the SP3A is rated at 3 watts at 70C and can withstand hundreds of 3KV pulses of 50 microseconds or less without fail or significant resistance shift. Yet under continuous overload, the SP3A fuses very quickly without flame...

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SMD Current Sensing Resistors come in 1210 case size. .
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SMD Current Sensing Resistors come in 1210 case size. .

Comprised of 1210 size thick film SMD current sensing chip resistors, CSR1210 Series has 0.5 W power rating and can achieve 0.01-1 W resistance in tolerances as low as 1%. Suitable applications include those where resistance values are above 10 mW and TCR requirements are 200 ppm or higher. These include power management for power supplies, small motor controls, DC/DC converters, battery...

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Surface Mount Resistor offers resistance from 0.5-5 mOhm.

Available in 0612 package, Power Metal Strip® WSK0612 features all-welded construction featuring solid metal nickel-chrome or manganese-copper alloy resistive element with low TCR of less than 20 ppm/°C. Four-terminal, 1 W device offers high-temperature performance up to +170°C and low thermal EMF of less than 3 µV/°C. Compliant to RoHS Directive 2002/95/EC, resistor is intended for current...

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SMT Current Sensing Resistor has wide range and compact package.

Supplied in 0612 package size, WSK0612 is 4-terminal, 1 W Power Metal Strip® Resistor with 0.5-5 mohm resistance range that performs from -65 to +170°C and features solid metal nickel-chrome or manganese-copper alloy resistive element with TCR of less than 20 ppm/°C. RoHS-compliant product, suited for current sensing, voltage division, and pulse applications, features all-welded construction...

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