Robust chip resistors

  • 14-Oct-2008 02:11 EDT
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Providing design engineers with a robust device suitable for various high-voltage, harsh environment applications, TT Electronics offers a thick film chip resistor with resistance values to 100 Mohm.The HVC Series resistors are available in standard 1206, 2010, and 2512 package sizes and are suitable for automatic handling methods. Wrap-around terminations have an electroplated nickel barrier and either tin/lead or RoHS compliant matte tin finish, improving leach resistance properties and solderability. The construction allows the chip resistor to operate in­ harsh environments, including military applications. Contin­uous voltage ratings are up to 3 KV, with maximum overload voltage to 4.5 KV. The HVC Series also offers low voltage coefficient of less than 25 ppm and an operating temperature range of -55 to +155°C (-67 to +311°F). Custom designs are available.

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