Metal-plate current sense resistor

  • 13-May-2016 10:46 EDT

The TLRH3AP current sense resistor from KOA Speer features up to a 5 W power rating in a 2512 package. The metal-plate resistor is designed for current detection. It provides good dimensional accuracy and low height with a thickness as little as 0.5 mm. In addition, it offers superior corrosion and heat resistance with an operating temperature of -65°C to +170°C. The resistor has a TCR of ±50 ppm with resistance tolerance of ±1%. It will be offered in resistance values of 6 mΩ to 120 mΩ and is AEC-Q200 qualified. For more information, visit

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