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What are Resistor Networks & Arrays?

A resistor network is a combination of several resistors that are configured into a pattern. Although most resistor networks use resistors that are connected in series, some resistor networks use resistors in parallel or series-parallel configurations. The resistors in a network act as voltage dividers which divide the voltage that is applied to a circuit into smaller amounts.

Types of Resistor Networks & Arrays

There are many different kinds of resistor networks & arrays. At Future Electronics we stock many of the most common types categorized by Number of Elements, Resistance, Tolerance, Maximum Working Voltage, Power Dissipation, and Size Code. The parametric filters on our website can help refine your search results depending on the required specifications.

The most common values for Number of Elements are 2, 4 and 8. We also carry resistor networks & arrays with up to 32 elements. Maximum Working Voltage can be between 1.17 V and 500 V, with 50 V being the most common value.

Resistor Networks & Arrays from Future Electronics

Future Electronics has a full resistor network & array chip selection from several manufacturers. Simply choose from the resistor network & array technical attributes below and your search results will quickly be narrowed in order to match your specific resistor network & array application needs. You can easily refine your resistor network & array product search results by clicking your preferred resistor network & array brand below from our list of manufacturers.

Applications for Resistor Networks & Arrays:

Resistor networks are widely used in electronic applications. Resistor networks can be found in several applications:

  • Analog-to-digital conversion
  • Digital-to-analog conversion
  • Voltage dividers for power functions
  • Terminal for SDRAM and DDRAM
  • Computer applications
  • Consumer electronics

Choosing the Right Resistor Network & Array:

When you are looking for the right resistor networks & arrays, with the FutureElectronics.com parametric search, you can filter the results by various attributes: by Number of Elements (1, 2, 4, 8,…), Maximum Working Voltage (between 1.17 V and 500 V) and Resistance (up to 1 MΩ) to name a few. You will be able to find the right resistor networks & array chips.

Resistor Networks & Arrays in Production Ready Packaging or R&D Quantities

If the quantity of resistor networks & arrays that you require is less than a full reel, we offer customers many of our resistor network & array products in quantities that will help you avoid unneeded surplus.In addition, Future Electronics offers clients a unique bonded inventory program that is designed to eliminate potential problems that could arise from an unpredictable supply of products containing raw metals and products with long or erratic lead times. Talk with your nearest Future Electronics branch and find out more on how you can avoid possible shortages.