Precision chip resistors handle high power loads up to 1 W

Susumu

Reliable, low-noise HRG series resistors from Susumu maintain stable resistance over a wide temperature range. Thin-film resistor technology developed by Susumu enables the compact HRG products to handle high power loads.

Susumu has introduced the HRG series of high-power chip resistors which offer precise and stable resistance over a wide temperature range and numerous temperature cycles.

 

The HRG series features conventional short side wrap-around terminals, in contrast to Susumu’s PRG series resistors, which have long side terminals. The proprietary thin-film resistor construction and enlarged bottom terminals mean that the HRG resistors are able to handle high power loads of up to 1 W in a standard EIA 3216 case size, or 1206 in inches.

 

The Susumu HRG series is notable for its precise electrical characteristics and high reliability. The resistors are available with absolute resistor tolerances of 0.1% or 0.5%. The temperature coefficient of resistance is ±25 ppm/°C or 50 ppm/°C.

Features

  • Low noise
  • Excellent high-frequency performance
  • ±0.25% maximum drift after 1,000 hours at rated power at 70°C
  • ±0.1% maximum drift after 1,000 hour at 85 % relative humidity at 85°C
  • ±0.1% maximum drift after 1,000 temperature cycles between -55°C and 125°C
  • ±0.1% maximum drift after 1,000 hours at 155°C
  • AEC-Q200 qualified

Applications

  • Power supplies
  • Power switching
  • Automotive braking systems
  • Test and measurement equipment
  • Motor deflection circuits
  • Sensor circuits
  • Batteries
  • Electric car chargers
Susumu — HRG Series of High-Power Chip Resistors

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