One of the most significant market drivers in the resistor industry currently is the need for pulse withstanding resistors. In some cases, design rules or time constraints may require the design engineer to overdesign his circuit to accommodate a pulse event. In many other cases, selecting the correct pulse withstanding resistor presents an opportunity to reduce size, weight and cost of a design. It is important that design engineers dealing with surge events understand the significant difference between pulse voltage withstanding and pulse power withstanding resistors. Applications vary from line protection for telecommunications
to surge withstanding resistors for use in circuit breakers.
Surge/Pulse protection is essential for all circuit designs. PWR series, size from 0402-2512, Tolerance 0.5%-5%, 1 Ohm-20 Mohm. High power is available. It has outstanding pulse load capability, the superior pulse withstanding resistor is suitable for protection of electronic circuits against extreme pulses. Resistors withstand the pulse is required in the circuit where large current is instantaneously applied. Pulse means the overload of large power and with long duration (large energy) Anti-pulse resistors are prevent the damage even if large power is instantaneously applied Pulse means the overload of large power and with long duration (large energy) Anti-pulse resistors are prevent the damage even if large power is instantaneously applied
Tolerance from ±0.5%~5%.
High power rating.
Excellent pulse withstanding performance.
Improved working voltage ratings.
Standard package sizes of 0402~2512.
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Based in Taiwan, Viking Tech is one of the prime Pulse Withstanding Chip Resistor manufacturers since 1997. And their products are used throughout automotive, electronic device applications, with manufacturing tolerance down to 0.01% and TCR down to 2 ppm in a broad range of package sizes.
TS16949/ ISO9001/ ISO14001 and meet AEC-Q200 standards, Viking has been offering anti-sulfur, anti-surge, pulse, high voltage, high power precision resistors including thin/ thick film resistors, automotive resistors, melf resistors, current sense resistors, etc. Low noise, low TC, high power inductors such as rf inductors, chip inductors, power inductors, variable inductors, ferrite chip inductors, shielded inductors, wire wound inductors and dip inductors.