Thinfilm Precision Resistor
If we speak about precision resistors we mainly mean resistor elements in thinfilm-technology.
Thin film resistors are typically used for applications that require high stability, high accuracy or low noise. Thin film resistors are able to achieve very lower tolerances and temperature coefficients.
- High heat resistance
- Operating temperature range +155°C
- Typical drift below 0,05% after 1000h
- Pulse stability
- High reliability
- Moister resistance
- T.C.R. up to ± 5ppm/K
- Resistance change ± 0,1%
Current Sensing Resistor (Shunt)
The main characteristic of a current sensing resistor (shunt) is a low ohmic resistance which is optimized to monitor the current through a circuit. The calculation based on the voltage drop across the shunt. This allows an accurate and convenient current measurement according to the Ohm`s law.
- Resistance range from 0.2m Ω to 1 Ω
- Power rating up to 5W
- Operating temperature range from -65 to +275°C
- Low tolerances
- Practically unaffected by temperature fluctuations
- Low thermal EMF