Vishay / Techno CDMM AEC-Q200 SMD Thick Film Chip Dividers

Vishay / Techno CDMM AEC-Q200 SMD Thick Film Chip Dividers

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Vishay Techno CDMM AEC-Q200 SMD Thick Film Chip Dividers are high voltage or high precision chip dividers offered in a ribbed molded package with compliant surface-mount leads. Designed to reduce component counts, improve TC tracking performance, and ratio stability in automotive and industrial equipment, the devices deliver a maximum working voltage of 1500V in a 4527 case size. The AEC-Q200 qualified components are also sulfur resistant, operate in a -55°C to +155°C temperature range, and are offered in a wide range of resistance values and ratios.

Features

  • High voltage up to 1500V utilizing thick film technology
  • Precision to ±0.5% with low TCR tracking to 25ppm/°C
  • Sulfur resistant
  • Automotive compliant terminations
  • AEC-Q200 qualified
  • Wide range of resistance values and ratios
  • 12.5mm creepage distance, rated 1250V per IEC 60664-1

Specifications

  • 4527 case size
  • 1.5W power rating
  • 1500V maximum working voltage
  • 500KΩ to 50MΩ resistance range
  • ±0.5%, ±1%, ±2%, ±5%, and ±10% tolerances
  • 100:1 to 700:1 ratio range
  • ±0.5%, ±1%, ±2%, and ±5% ratio tolerances
  • ±100ppm/°C temperature coefficient
  • ±25ppm/°C to ±50ppm/°C TCR tracking
  • -55°C to +155°C operating temperature range
  •  Materials
    • Ruthenium oxide (thick film) resistive element
    • Molded thermoplastic encapsulation
    • Alumina substrate
    • Solder-coated bronze termination

more information: https://www.vishaytechno.cn

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