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Chip resistor offers high stability in harsh setups

Posted: 13 May 2008 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:tantalum nitride chip resistor? TanFilm? DC/DC converters?

TT electronics IRC has developed a tantalum nitride 0402 chip resistor. The PFC series chip resistors are constructed on IRC's ultrastable patented tantalum nitride (TaNFilm) thin-film resistive element for long life and high stability in harsh environments.

The PFC 0402 chip resistors are offered with a power rating of 50mW and voltage rating of 75V. The operating temperature ranges from -55C to 150C. Custom specifications are available.

The precision chip resistors are well-suited for use as one or two-chip solutions in battery monitoring, voltage references, voltage conversion, voltage regulators, logic-level conversion, DC/DC converters, power supplies and COTS applications. They may also be used in instrumentation and test devices including DMMs, measurement bridges and strain gauge circuits.

The PFC 0402 chip resistors feature a non-leaching nickel barrier and wrap around terminations, and are available with standard Sn/Pb or 100 percent matte-tin (Pb-free) terminations.

Pricing starts typically at 24 cents each in quantities of 25,000. Lead time is from stock to 12 weeks.

- Gina Roos

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