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Chip resistor offers improved solder joint reliability

Posted: 03 Jul 2007 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:high power chip resistor? automotive electronics? electronic control units?


Panasonic Electronic Devices Co. Ltd has developed 3216 (1206)-sized high-power chip resistors (wide terminal type) suitable for automotive electronic circuits.

The new devices are under the ERJB2 series.

The newly developed 3216 (1206)-sized chip resistor (3.2-by-1.6-by-0.55mm) features improved solder joint reliability and are smaller in size by wide terminal construction. The device is the latest addition to Panasonic's product range with the 6432 (2512)-sized and 5025 (2010)-sized models.

The new product is compact and feature high-power characteristics with power rating of 0.5W. It also offers a low resistance value of 5 milliohms (min.).

Applications include automotive electronic circuits including electronic control units and airbag systems, power supply circuits and current detection circuits of a variety of equipment.

Samples of the new device are now available. Volume shipments are slated in August.

Sampling price for the models with 5-200m次 rating starts at $0.081 each, those rated at 220m次 to 9.1次 costs $0.065 each and parts with ratings of 10次 to 1M次 costs $0.041 each, in volume quantities.

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