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IRC develops RoHS-compliant resistors

Posted: 05 Apr 2006 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:LR? PFC? resistors? RoHS? Gina Roos?

TT electronics IRC Advanced Film Division has developed RoHS-compliant versions of its resistor products including the LR series of thick-film current sense resistors and PFC series of thin-film precision resistors.

IRC said it will continue to produce the tin-lead terminations for the majority of its products based on continuing customer demand particularly in the military electronic systems sector, which are RoHS exempt.

"While many component manufacturers are converting all their products to be RoHS compliant, some customers still require tin-lead terminations for specific applications," said Steve Wade, director of sales and marketing for IRC's advanced film division, in a statement. "By offering our products in both tin-lead terminations and RoHS-compliant versions, we are providing our customers with more flexibility in their applications."

IRC's datasheets indicate that the majority of its products have a RoHS-compliant version available, with specific ordering instructions for the tin-lead terminations. IRC continues to develop lead-free versions of the few products that are not currently available.

- Gina Roos
Green SupplyLine

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