High Voltage Thick Film Chip Resistors offer increased Design Flexibility and Deliver Power up to 1.5W

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High Voltage Thick Film Chip Resistors offer increased Design Flexibility and Deliver Power up to 1.5W

Vishay Electronics released a new series of high voltage up to 3000V thick film resistors that offers very high power ratings up to 1.5W with different compact case sizes ranging from 1206 to 2512. The thick film resistors offer outstanding stability of <0.5% in variety of styles even after high power and voltage ratings. The CRHP series resistors offers wide range of resistance range from 2MΩ to 50 GΩ with tolerance down to ± 0.5% and temperature coefficient of ± 100 ppm/0 C. These features make it compatible for applications such as battery management system(BMS), AMS, industrial, automotive and consumer electronics.

 

The Vishay Techno CRHP series has also increased design flexibility and are available in variety of styles, termination materials, configurations and custom sizes. The CRHP series comes with solder-coated nickel barrier or solder-coated non-magnetic terminations in three-side wraparound or single-termination flip chip configurations. The resistors are flow-solderable and epoxy- or wire-bondable. The devices also feature gold, palladium silver, platinum gold, platinum silver, or platinum palladium gold terminations, and a five-sided wraparound configuration with RoHS-compliant and halogen-free.

 

The detailed specifications table is:

Part #

Case size

P70 °C(W)

Max. working voltage (V)

Resistance range (W)

CRHP1206

1206

0.50

1675

2 M to 8 G

CRHP1210

1210

0.70

1870

4 M to 10 G

CRHP2010

2010

1.0

2000

6 M to 35 G

CRHP2510

2510

1.2

2500

10 M to 40 G

CRHP2512

2512

1.5

3000

10 M to 50 G

 

Samples of the CRHP series resistors are available now on Vishay electronics website and production quantities will be available in Q1 2019 with lead times of 13 to 15 weeks.

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