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Vishay rolls out dual-in-line thin film resistor networks

03 Dec 2015

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Vishay Intertechnology Inc. has unveiled a series of surface-mount, high-precision dual-in-line thin film resistor networks that boast enhanced performance and a smaller size than previous-generation SOIC devices. The Vishay Dale Thin Film MORN series devices feature four isolated resistors with resistance values from 400Ω to 100kΩ.

Offering a slim maximum seated height of 1.10mm, the MORN series delivers lower TCR tracking to ±1ppm/°C, tighter ratio tolerances to ±0.01 per cent and excellent long-term ratio stability of 0.015 per cent after 2000 hours at 70°C.

Vishay Dale Thin Film MORN series

Offered in compact 25-mil-pitch, 8-pin MSOP packages, in accordance with JEDEC MO-187, variation AA, the resistor networks provide a rugged moulded construction and typical power ratings of 50mW per resistor element.

The integrated construction of MORN resistor networks allows for higher precision over discrete SMD chips, making the devices ideal for precision voltage dividers and unity gain operational amplifier circuitry. Typical end products will include telecommunications, industrial, process control and medical instrumentation.

The devices feature extremely low noise of ≤ -30dB and voltage coefficients of 0.1ppm/V, and they operate over a wide temperature range of -55°C to 125°C. MORN series devices are RoHS-compliant and halogen-free.

Samples and production quantities of the new resistor networks are available with lead times of eight to 10 weeks for larger orders.

Datasheet: http://www.vishay.com/docs/60129/morn.pdf




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