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2007-09-17 Weigh power, heat factors in new resistors
Resistor manufacturers are now addressing demanding requirements by beefing up their power lines to offer more power and better heat dissipation in same-size or smaller packages.
2002-05-02 Token power resistor has 1.5kW rating
Token Electronics has expanded its ASZ type of high-voltage power resistor with the addition of a version that is capable of handling power up to 1.5kW, making it suitable for use in industrial machinery, electric power distribution, and automated control installations.
2011-09-01 Surface-mount resistors tout 5C7W power rating
The Power Metal Strip resistors from Vishay offer high-temperature capability and allow high-power circuit design
2005-05-20 Surface-mount power resistor delivers greater thermal cycling performance
Designed to resolve thermal cycling issues with power components in high-temperature environments, IRC has developed a "capped" version of its cylindrical power resistor that is said to deliver superior thermal compliance and thermal isolation.
2011-09-02 SMD resistor handles 5C12W of power
Stackpole has unveiled the HPC12, a high power handling SMD resistive device rated for 5W of power in free air
2005-06-08 Resistors pack 50W power ratings
With power electronics design engineers in mind, TT electronics BI Technologies SMT Division has developed two series of non-inductive planar power resistors with power ratings from 3W to 50W at 70C
2005-09-05 Resistor manufacturer announces breakthrough in resistor tech
Billed as the first "true" power surface-mount resistor device in the industry, Stackpole Electronics has introduced a new surface-mount power resistor capable of handling up to 12W at 85�C.
2007-07-30 Resistor in high-power package offers low thermal resistance
TT electronics IRC Advanced Film Division's MHP20S Series TO-126 resistor features a non-inductive thermal resistant design and is rated up to 20W
2006-03-30 Precision resistor rated up to 20kV
The CGH/CMH high-voltage power resistors from TT electronics IRC Wirewound and Film Technologies Division provide voltage ratings up to 20kV
2005-11-28 Power resistors tout heatsink design
Ohmite introduced a new series of 70W thick-film power resistors with a heatsink design that is suitable for apps that require non-inductive performance
2006-07-07 Power resistors target pulse load apps
Ohmite has introduced its TGH series of non-inductive thick-film power resistors. These resistors are suitable for high-frequency and pulse load apps
2007-06-26 Power resistors target high-speed pulse apps
TT electronics IRC Advanced Film Division's MHP Series TO-247 power resistors in 100W and 140W packages are specified for applications that require accuracy and stability
2006-05-12 Power resistors feature flameproof construction, overload handling
IRC's new power wirewound resistors with high-temperature ceramic shells and power ratings of up to 60W provide design engineers a flameproof solution that can handle overload
2008-07-02 Power resistors come in TO-263 housing
Vishay Intertechnology Inc. has released a 35W thick-film power resistor featuring a compact TO-263 package (D2PAK) and a wide range of resistance values.
2005-12-19 Power resistor operates in extreme conditions
TT electronics BI Technologies SMT Division has extended its range of non-inductive power resistors with a high-density device capable of handling extreme operating conditions in a small package
2009-04-30 Power resistor improves automated board assembly
Bourns Inc. has developed a new power resistor specifically engineered to meet high temperature soldering requirements that enable improved automated board assembly.
2006-07-26 Power resistor has high-stability film resistance elements
Designated the MHP Series, the 50W power resistor from TT electronics IRC Advanced Film Division features high stability film resistance elements.
2006-11-20 Power resistor dissipates heat three ways
The new non-molded power resistor from BI Technologies SMT Division uses three methods of heat dissipationconduction through the heat sink tab, radiation from the resistor surface, and convection through the venturi element.
2006-08-03 Power film resistor handles 20W at 25C
Stackpole Electronics has introduced a TO-220 style power film resistor capable of handling up to 20W at case temperatures of 25C
2006-05-16 New power resistor packaging eases heat management
A molded SOIC-style package for surface mount power resistors features a metal lead frame with an integral heat sink directly under the resistor element.
2002-05-07 LR7 start-up circuit for efficient switch-mode power supplies
This application note explains how to use the Supertex LR7 as a start-up device for an SMPS, and demonstrates its advantages compared to conventional resistor and Zener diode circuits
2002-05-06 LND1 Series: Efficient switchmode power supply start-up circuit
This application note illustrates the many advantages of using Supertex LND150N3 in the start-up circuit of switchmode power supplies
2003-03-04 IRC resistor line offers power ratings up to 3W
TT Electronics' series of IRC resistors boasts power ratings up to 3W
2006-09-26 IRC adds 20W and 35W devices to power resistor line
TT electronics IRC Advanced Film Division has extended its MHP series power resistors with 20W and 35W devices, providing design engineers with high-power, low-inductance devices in transistor-style packages
2013-10-28 Do high power LEDs emit IR heat in forward manner
Is it true that a high power LED emits no UV or IR and that any heat is generated only in the PN junction and then transferred to a heat sink
2006-08-28 Current sensing resistor in 2512 casing runs at 275C
Vishay Intertechnology has announced a new high-temperature 1W surface-mount Power Metal Strip resistor, said to be the industry's first current sensing resistor in the 2512 case size to operate in the -65C to 275C temperature range.
2009-01-26 Bourns expands SMT power resistor product line
Bourns Inc. has expanded its line of SMT power resistors with parts that offer high pulse protection, a smaller footprint and simple series dropping functions, enabling cost-effective automated assembly, according to the company
2006-08-10 BI Technologies extends resistor series
TT electronics BI Technologies SMT Division has further extended its range of non-inductive high density power resistors
2006-09-22 BI Tech power resistor is rated to 20W
TT electronics BI Technologies SMT Division has developed a non-inductive power resistor rated up to 20W.
2015-02-20 25W power resistor aimed at car, industrial apps
The Vishay Sfernice DTO25 targets automotive, industrial and military applications, and claims to saves space while providing high power dissipation of at least 3W on the PCB
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