MELF METAL FILM PRECISION RESISTOR (CSRV SERIES AECQ-200)
•Thin film technology.
•Excellent overall stability.
•Sn termination on Ni barrier layer.
•Tight tolerance down to ± 0.1%.
•Extremely low TCR down to ± 10 PPM/°C.
•High power rating up to 1 Watts.
•SMD enabled structure.
•Lead-free and RoHS compliant.
· Medical Equipment.
· Measurement / Testing Equipment.
Dimensions (Unit: mm)
Automotive grade MELF resistor with AEC-Q200 qualified to meet automotive industrial standard. Advanced level for very critical environment.
Recommend Land Pattern
Standard Electrical Specifications
Pulse Withstanding Capacity
The single impulse graph is the result of 50 impulses of rectangular shape applied at one-minute intervals.
The limit of acceptance was a shift in resistance of less than 1% from the initial value. The power applied was
subject to the restrictions of the maximum permissible impulse voltage graph shown.
The continuous load graph was obtained by applying repetitive rectangular pulses where the pulse period
was adjusted so that the average power dissipated in the resistor was equal to its rated power at 70°C. Again
the limit of acceptance was a shift in resistance of less than 1% from the initial value.
Resistors are designed to function according to ohmic laws. This is basically true of resistors for frequencies
up to 100kHz. At higher frequencies, there is an additional contribution to the impedance by an ideal resistor
switched in series with a coil and both switched parallel to a capacitor. The values of the capacitance and
inductance are mainly determined by the dimensions of the terminations and the conductive path length.
The environment surrounding components has a large influence on the behavior of the component on the
Resistors are tested in accordance with IEC 60115-1 using both 1.2/50us and 10/700us pulse shapes. The limit of acceptance is a shift in resistance of less than 0.5% from the initial value.