VRW37-10MJI - 

Through Hole Resistor, 10 Mohm, 3.5 kV, Axial Leaded, 500 mW, ± 5%, VRW Series


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Axial Leaded
± 5%
VRW Series
Thick Film
± 200ppm/°C
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The VRW series from Welwyn are high voltage thick film resistor with robust flame proof coating. It has hot tin dipped copper wire material, this resistive thick film material is applied to high-grade ceramic rods. Tin-plated steel caps are force fitted and the termination wires are welded to the caps. The value is obtained by a helical cut in the film and finally the resistor body is protected by a cement coating. The terminations meet the requirements of IEC 68.2.21 strength and meets the requirements of IEC 115-1 Clause solderability.
  • High pulse load capability
  • High working voltage to 10KV in compact size
  • Resistance range includes E24, E96 decade high ohmic range to 68Mohm
  • Power rating of 0.25W (VRW25), 0.5W (VRW37) and 1W (VRW68)
  • 700V isolation voltage
  • Temperature coefficient of 200ppm/°C
  • 1%, 2%, 5% resistance tolerances
  • Ambient temperature range from -55°C to 155°C
  • High voltage resistor


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