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Enhanced MC thin film chip resistors offer lower Ohmic range

14 Nov 2013

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Vishay Intertechnology has launched enhanced versions of its MC series of professional and precision thin film chip resistors in 0402 and 0603 case sizes. The resistors, which are available in large orders at six-week lead times, are suitable for industrial electronics, automotive electronics, medical equipment, telecommunication base stations and other applications that require high reliability and stability. The product line is compliant with EN 140401-801 and RoHS specifications.

MC resistors packaged in the 0402 case size come in professional and precision series with lower resistance of 10Ohms and 100Ohms, respectively, for all TCR/tolerance combinations. In the 0603 case size, the professional series features resistance down to 1Ohm for TCRs of 50ppm/K and 25 ppm/K with a 0.5 per cent tolerance. The professional series devices combine high rated dissipation at 70°C to 400mW with an operating temperature to +155°C. The precision series devices, meanwhile, offer low tolerance down to 0.1 per cent and low TCR down to 10ppm/K.

The Vishay Beyschlag resistors have a wide range of applications, specifically for sensors, scales, bridges, and precision amplifiers. They are also useful in engine control units, gearbox controls, body electronics, safety, power supply, and braking systems, and battery management, measurement control, and steering technology. These devices are designed for processing on automatic SMD assembly systems and for automatic soldering using wave, reflow, or vapor phase.




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