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14th October 2020
CSS2725 current sense resistors available in 0.2mΩ values

Today's high current power supplies demand high efficiency and accuracy. This can be difficult because typically low resistance values cannot offer low TCR. Stackpole’s CSS2725 is a surface mount four watt all-metal current sense resistor that is now available in resistance values down to 0.2mΩ in 100 ppm TCR.

6th October 2020
Stackpole CSSH0805 available in 0.5mΩ resistance values

High efficiency current sensing requires low resistance values to minimise wasted power. As applications downsize, engineers are challenged to find lower resistance values in small case sizes. Stackpole has announced that it now offers the CSSH0805. This all-metal 0805 case size is capable of dissipating up to one watt of power at resistance values 0.5mΩ.

5th October 2020
Improved voltage ratings for RNCF0402 thin film precision chip resistors

As modern electronics evolve, engineers are challenged to expand functionality in smaller packages. To facilitate this these demands, resistors and other components need to be available in small case sizes without sacrificing performance. Chip resistors with smaller sizes and higher performance are critical to the evolution of portable test and measurement equipment, portable medical electronics, diagnostic devices, and high end portable aud...

7th September 2020
Stackpole improved power ratings for RMCP1206 and RMCP1210 sizes

Electronic devices that require downsizing or increased functionality may utilise high power surface mount resistors to accomplish this. High power surface mount chip resistors utilise materials designed for the higher temperatures associated with higher power levels. Stackpole's RMCP series is a thick film technology providing higher power capability for a given chip size. 

18th August 2020
HVAM20 ultra-high voltage thru hole resistors

As the varieties of electronics applications have increased, their voltage requirements have changed in multiple ways. Both higher and lower voltage applications have become common. High voltage resistors to handle the high voltage application requirements can be problematic due to the limited types and capability of most resistors currently available. Stackpole's HVAM series offers working voltage ratings from up to 15KV for the HVAM20 to u...

14th August 2020
HDM series economical thru hole anti-moisture resistors

Electronic content has rapidly increased in a wide variety of markets. For applications that reside in humid or unpredictable environmental locations, resistors with robust performance in humidity and under environmental stress is key. Typical anti-moisture resistors are expensive and have limited availability.

28th July 2020
Metal oxide resistors low cost alternative to wirewounds

As electronics evolve, the power and pulse requirements have changed higher efficiency electronics and motors mean lower power, voltage, and current requirements. As a result, designs which have traditionally required a carbon composition or wirewound resistor may now be able to use a lower cost metal oxide resistor.

22nd July 2020
CSRT0201 Stackpole thin film current sense chip resistors

Power supplies and power controls have a wide range of sensing requirements. For applications that require high sensing precision, the element TCR is more important than low resistance values. 

1st July 2020
CSRT thin film current sense chip resistors

Power supplies and current sensing circuits have requirements that are as wide ranging as the end products they serve. For applications that require low TCR sense chip resistors, yet don’t need extremely low resistance values for high current handling, this can be difficult.

1st July 2020
CSM2512 current sense chip resistor with TCR to 50

Current sensing resistors that operate at high power can experience significant self-heating. This self-heating can cause error in measurement if the sense resistor has high TCR. Stackpole's CSM2512 current sense resistor offers a metal element with TCR now improved to 50 ppm.

12th June 2020
Stackpole's RTAN tantalum nitride precision chip resistor

Precision chip resistors with tolerances of 0.1% or tighter and TCR of 25 ppm or better have become more common due to the wide range of applications and end products requiring such resistors. However, some of these applications require circuit operation in high humidity environments.

2nd June 2020
CSRF0508 size termination current sense chip resistor

Applications requiring power control and monitoring are becoming more demanding. High power sensing with low TCR and low thermal resistance are important when power electronics have size constraints.

1st June 2020
Stackpole launches five watt current sense chip resistor

Applications requiring power control and monitoring are becoming more demanding. Specifically, added functionality and higher power requirements require higher efficiency, high accuracy, and higher power handling. Stackpole’s five watt current sense chip resistor could be the solution.

21st May 2020
RPC2512-HP 2W pulse withstanding chip from Stackpole

Power supplies and controls face an increasing level of surge requirements from regulatory bodies as well as internal design requirements. Higher power ratings and better pulse withstanding are critical. Discover the RPC2512-HP 2W pulse withstanding chip to help with these challenges.

5th May 2020
RMCW thick film wide termination chip resistor

Industrial and commercial power electronics demand robust power supply performance. When high stability and low thermal resistance are important, standard chip resistors may not be the best solution. RMCW thick film wide termination chip resistors with reverse geometry provide terminations on the long sides of the chip, as opposed to the short side terminal for standard chips.

29th April 2020
Stackpole expands HVCB stock on high precision options

High voltage applications frequently require high voltage resistors with high accuracy for voltage division, monitoring and control. Some applications with more moderate working voltages may experience high voltage surges which may damage general purpose chip resistors, Stackpole is providing a range of solutions.

25th March 2020
One watt current sense chip resistors

There is an on-going trend to smaller, portable and more functional devices in the consumer electronics world. This is particularly true in the current sense chip resistor market where power control architectures are being downsized even as the functionality is being enhanced.

13th March 2020
High current four terminal shunt resistors

Low resistance values are important for high efficiency current sensing in that lower values mean less wasted power on the current sensing measurement itself. But sensing low resistance values becomes challenging because of lead resistance. Using a four terminal shunt resistor eliminates the detrimental effects of lead resistance on the current sensing measurement operation.

5th December 2019
Current sense chip resistor extends value range

Stackpole has added a two milliohm resistance value to its popular CSS0603 Series. The ultra-precision 0603 metal foil is rated at 0.33W of power and the two milliohm resistance value has a TCR of ±150ppm with tolerance capability as low as one percent.

14th November 2019
CML MLCC capacitors with wide range

Stackpole Electronics has announced the release of the CML Series MLCC capacitors. The CML offers a wide capacitance range from 0.1pF up to 100uF in voltage ratings from ten to 100V. Available in C0G dielectric for exceptional stability and accuracy and no ageing effects, X7R and X5R for broad capacitance range and higher capacitance capability, and Y5V for cost effective high capacitance solutions with the best volumetric efficiency.

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