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MCF 0.25W 560R - 

Through Hole Resistor, 560 ohm, 250 V, Carbon Film, Axial Leaded, 250 mW, ± 5%

MCF 0.25W 560R - Through Hole Resistor, 560 ohm, 250 V, Carbon Film, Axial Leaded, 250 mW, ± 5%

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Manufacturer:
MULTICOMP MULTICOMP
Manufacturer Part No:
MCF 0.25W 560R
Order Code:
9339590
Product Range
MCF Series
Technical Datasheet:
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Product Information

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560ohm
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250V
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Carbon Film
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Axial Leaded
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250mW
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± 5%
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MCF Series
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± 450ppm/°C
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Product Overview

The Multicomp MCF series resistors are carbon film axial leaded fixed resistors. The resistance values range from 1ohm to 10Mohm and typically used in general purpose electrical and electronic circuits.
  • Maximum working voltage is 500VDC
  • Power rating of 0.125W, 0.25W, 0.5W, 1W, 2W
  • Cost effective
  • High quality performance
  • Capacitance tolerance is ±5%
  • Temperature coefficient of ±350PPM/°C, 0 to -450ppm/°C, 0 to -700ppm/°C and 0 to -1500ppm/°C

Applications

Industrial, Consumer Electronics, Portable Devices, Power Management

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