Chip Resistors offer values down to 0.001 ohm.
With physical dimensions from 0.250 x 0.126 x 0.035 in. to 0.250 x 0.125 x 0.35 in., ULX-2512 series ultra-low ohm chip resistors are available in values from 0.001-0.1 ohm. They are offered in 4-terminal Kelvin configuration, single side or wraparound, with platinum/silver, solder coated platinum/silver, or gold contacts. Tolerances available include: 5% (0.001-0.005 ohm); 5% and 2% (0.005-0.010...Read More »
Fixed Carbon Composition Resistors improve pulse endurance.
Non-inductive, low-capacitance resistor series RC 1/4 and RC 1/2 are virtually impervious to electro-static discharge events. Resistance range is 1 ohm to 22 Mohm, and tolerances are -Read More »
Chip Resistors offer ohmic values of .1 ohm to 1,000 Gohm.
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...Read More »
Thin-Film Resistors offer power rating up to 1 W.
Series PWA and PWB resistor chips provide ratings of .5 W and 1 W, respectively, in dimensions of 0.030 x 0.045 in. and 0.07 x 0.07 in. PWA chips offer resistance range of 0.3 ohm to 1 Mohm, while PWB chips offer range of 0.3 ohm to 20 Kohm. Both feature oxidized silicon substrate, self-passivating tantalum-nitride resistor material, and operating temperature of -55 to +125-Read More »
Injection Molding from 3D Printed Molds
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Resistors and Terminations are millimeter-wave characterized.
Thermally conductive thick-film chip resistors and attenuators, characterized at 10, 20, and 40 GHz frequency bands, mount face down on circuit board or hybrid substrate. Resistor element is within same plane as rest of circuit to minimize capacitive effects of wraparound termination. Aluminum-nitride power-chip terminations offer 50 ohm performance into millimeter frequency bands. Metal...Read More »
Foil Resistor Divider provides stability of 0.01% at 0.05 W.
Surface mount DSM series integrates one matched pair of Bulk Metal-® Foil resistors with absolute values of 5 ppm/-Read More »
Resistor Chips provide film stability over time and temperature.
Thin film, wire bondable, multi-tap resistor chips simplify design and trimming of hybrid circuits. Series MTR offers up to 11 taps with resistance range from 100 ohms to 240 kohms in 2 configurations. Tightest available tolerance of total resistance is 5%, and tightest TCR value is -Read More »
Resistors feature low VSWR for minimized reflection.
Low VSWR termination resistors measure .375 x .250 x .040 in., are fully surface mountable, and handle 150 W. Termination operating performance is between 5-6 GHz. Minimum reflection is obtained by presenting low VSWR to matched system while maintaining 50 ohms of resistance. Long or short dimension lead configurations are available. Resistors are suitable for isolator circuits in RF and...Read More »
Potentiometer handles extreme environments.
Series 5320 shaft-driven, panel potentiometer is fully sealed and impervious to contamination and moisture. It withstands storage temperatures up to 150-Read More »
Chip Resistors offer resistance values up to 10 kOhms.
WSL series surface-mount Power Metal Strip-® resistors provide TCR values of 15 ppm/-Read More »
Paratherm™ HR Heat Transfer Fluid: Higher Temperature Stability Leads to Longer Fluid Life
For the ultimate in heat transfer fluid performance, Paratherm offers HR Heat Transfer Fluid that is engineered specifically for closed loop liquid phase heating. When it comes to characteristics such as thermal stability and fluid degradation, Paratherm HR leads the industry in value and performance. See our video to learn how Paratherm is raising the bar for heat transfer fluids.Read More »