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Current sense resistors features 0805 chip size

27 Jul 2012

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Stackpole has announced another member from its CSRF series, which is a foil on ceramic carrier technology that can achieve lower resistance values than thick film technology and offers excellent TCR of as low as 50ppm. The CSRF0805 is rated at 0.5W and is available in resistance values from 10-100mΩ, in one percent and five percent tolerances.

"As portable electronics continue to downsize and add function, the need for smaller size current sense resistors in resistance values down to 10 milliohms has significantly increased," noted Kory Schroeder, Stackpole's director of marketing.

The CSRF is geared for power supplies, battery management, voltage regulators, portable barcode scanners, portable communications devices, portable medical diagnostic and imaging equipment, instrumentation, industrial controls and lighting.

Pricing for the CSRF0805 varies with tolerance, and resistance value and ranges from $0.12 to $0.15 each in full reel quantities.

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