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Vishay Intertechnoloy eases prototyping with thin film chip resistors

24 Sep 2013

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Vishay Intertechnology released the MCS 0402 (LCS 96/4) and MCT 0603 (LCT 96/4) laboratory sample kits that offer more than 5,000 precision thin film chip resistors. The Vishay Beyschlag sample kits, which have a temperature coefficient of ± 25ppm/K, help engineers in prototyping various electronic systems.

For every fourth value of the E-96 series, the MCS 0402 (LCS 96/4) kit supplies 40 resistors with a resistance range from 47ohms to 221kilohms while the MCT 0603 (LCT 96/4) offers 20 resistors with 47ohms to 511kilohms resistance. Vishay's precision chip resistors are sorted according to ascending resistance value inside six-ring A5 binder pages. They are designed for electronic equipment and accessories such as engine control units, gearbox controls, power supply systems and steering technology.




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