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Stackpole Electronics Inc

  • 2700 Wycliff Road Suite 410 Raleigh
    NC 27607
    United States of America
  • +1 (919) 850-9500
  • http://www.seielect.com
  • +1 (919) 850-9504

Stackpole Electronics Inc Articles

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Power
13th June 2023
RNCL thin film high-power anti-surge chip resistors

Stackpole have launched high power thin film anti-surge chip resistors to deliver high power and maintain accuracy.

Micros
22nd May 2023
RMEF Series of thick film chip resistors are RoHS compliant

Since the Restriction of Hazardous Substances Directive (RoHS) went into effect on July 1st, 2006, most thick film chip resistors have complied with the directive through exemption 7(c)-I, which allows for "...lead in a glass or ceramic...or in a glass or ceramic matrix compound." 

Power
11th May 2023
Chip resistors for high voltage applications with tight tolerance requirements

High voltage applications frequently require high resistance value resistors with the ability to handle high working and overload voltages.

Power
3rd May 2023
Stackpole's metal alloy current sense chip resistors

Stackpole's metal alloy current sense chip resistors offer efficiency and accuracy for high-current power supplies.

Power
20th April 2023
HCS raised element SMD high current shunts

Stackpole’s HCS raised element SMD high current shunts offer up to 10W power ratings.

Power
31st March 2023
RNCU ultra high-power thin film chip resistors released

Applications for precision resistors are becoming more common. For those applications with high power requirements, this can be challenging as many of these devices require lower power ratings for high precision.

Power
1st March 2023
BR series bare element shunts offer lower PCB thermal stress

Current sensing for motor control applications often requires robust current handling and the lowest possible PCB temperatures. Unfortunately, high current or overload current handling typically means higher PCB temperatures.

Passives
17th February 2023
ASR / ASRM anti-surge resistors handle surges up to 10KV

High voltage applications such as HVAC controls, appliance and white goods controls, metering, automation, medical devices, digital storage, and surge protection devices typically require resistors with high working voltage that may be challenging to find. If the applications are low current or low energy, film resistors are an ideal technology.

Medical
10th February 2023
RTAN tantalum nitride precision chip resistors offer improved pulse handling

Precision electronics applications such as instrumentation, medical devices, avionics, and aerospace not only require resistors with tight tolerance and low TCR, but also environmental stability. When these applications also require pulse handling, finding the right resistor can be challenging because precision thin film resistors are not typically known for their pulse handling.

Power
19th January 2023
Stackpole release CSRT-AS anti-sulfur metal film chip resistors

Applications such as industrial and automotive power control require low resistance values, high power ratings, and resistance to sulfur contamination. Stackpole state. Thick film chip resistors are not typically sulfur resistant, especially in higher power ratings, and many high-power resistor series do not offer values below 1ohm.

Power
4th January 2023
Stackpole SMD wirewounds offer power ratings up to 4W

High power applications requiring resistors with power ratings above 1W can be challenging. For ceramic based chip resistors, this generally requires chip sizes of 2010 or larger which are susceptible to cracking and solder joint failure.

Latest
7th December 2022
Stackpole releases RPCA automotive grade pulse withstanding chip resistor

High reliability chip resistors can be more difficult to find and even more so when there are pulse handling requirements.

Power
12th October 2022
Stackpole’s MLFM15 offers 0.3W power rating

MELF resistors are known for their thermal characteristics and their environmental and electrical stability.

Sensors
30th September 2022
Stackpole expands CSRF2817 resistance range up to 0.1 ohm

Current sensing for a wide range of products and applications requires both low and high resistance values with high stability, reliability, and low TCR.

Products
8th September 2022
Stackpole improves RMCS0603 working voltage to 75V

Sulphur contamination for thick film resistors is becoming a more prominent issue for a wide range of end products.

Automotive
9th August 2022
Stackpole's automotive grade thick film chip resistors

Automotive grade resistors offer increased reliability and improved performance without the high cost and limited availability of components procured to established reliability military specifications.

Sensors
14th July 2022
Stackpole kelvin current sense shunt offers resistance values down to 0.5 milliohm

High efficiency current sensing requires low resistance values. However, lead resistance may cause inaccuracies in sensing measurement for ultra-low resistance values.

Sensors
18th May 2022
Stackpole launches 7W current sensing resistor

Power electronic engineers continue to push for higher power, lower values, and better precision. Most common resistor technologies cannot adequately meet all three requirements, but Stackpole’s CSS/CSSH Series is able meet these demands in a variety of sizes, power ratings and values.

Power
12th May 2022
HCS high current metal shunt for hybrid power sources

As power electronics evolve, the requirements for high current, low resistance sensing resistors continues to increase. Emerging applications, such as hybrid power systems, may require high power, high accuracy, and low thermal resistance. These are a difficult combination for many traditional sense resistor technologies.

Industrial
11th April 2022
Stackpole improves TCR on RMCW wide terminal thick film resistors

Commercial and industrial power electronics increasingly demand robust power supplies with high stability and low thermal resistance. For these requirements, standard chip resistors may not be the best solution.

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