High-Voltage TFT Chip Resistors Handle Up To 1.5 W

Vishay Intertechnology’s Techno CRHP series high-voltage thick-film-technology (TFT) chip resistors power ratings up to 1.5 W and working voltages to 3 kV in five case sizes ranging from 1206 to 2512. The series is also available in a variety of styles, termination materials, configurations, and custom sizes. Stability is specified at less than 0.5 %.

 

The resistors offer a wide resistance range from 2 MΩ to 50 GΩ, tolerances down to ± 0.5 %, and temperature coefficients of ± 100 ppm/°C. Target applications include battery management and voltage monitoring and regulation in power inverters and high voltage power supplies for medical, telecommunications, AMS, industrial, automotive, and consumer markets.

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Standard CRHP series resistors feature solder-coated nickel barrier or solder-coated non-magnetic terminations in three-side wraparound or single-termination flip chip configurations. The devices are also available with gold, palladium silver, platinum gold, platinum silver, or platinum palladium gold terminations and with a five-sided wraparound configuration. RoHS-compliant and halogen-free, the resistors are flow-solderable and epoxy- or wire-bondable.

For more details and specs, take a look at the CRHP series datasheet.

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