Stackpole improves RMCS0603 working voltage to 75V

8th September 2022
Sheryl Miles

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

Electronic devices and circuitry may encounter sulphur in the presence of oils, lubricants, gaskets, hoses, and atmospheric gasses in highly industrial areas. 

Finding anti-sulphur resistors can be challenging and finding them with the ideal power and voltage ratings even more difficult.  

Stackpole recently upgraded the voltage rating on the RMCS0603 anti-sulphur thick film chip resistor up to 75V to allow its use in a wider range of application requirements.

The RMCS series offers a low-cost anti-sulphur option with anti-sulphur performance as measured by ASTMB-809-95 sulphur testing with maximum shift of less than 0.5%.

Pricing for the RMCS varies with size, resistance value, and tolerance. Contact Stackpole or one of our franchised distributor partners for specific pricing.

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