PANASONIC ERJ-UxR Anti-Sulfur Thick Film Chip Resistors | New Product Brief
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PANASONIC ERJ-UxR Anti-Sulfur Thick Film Chip Resistors
Panasonic ERJ-U2R, ERJ-U3R, and ERJ-U6R thick film chip resistors offer high precision and high resistance to sulfurization for reliable operation in automotive designs, home appliances, and many other applications.
The resistors use a silver-palladium-based inner electrode to achieve high anti-sulfurization characteristics and prevent open circuit failures, with three layers of electrodes and a metal glaze thick film resistive element to ensure high reliability. The resistors have a ±0.5% resistance tolerance, with values ranging from 100Ω to 100kΩ.
They also have a low TCR for stable resistance across the -55°C to +155°C temperature range, and the devices are AEC-Q200 Grade 0 compliant. Panasonic ERJ U2R, U3R, and U6R resistors are available in 0402, 0603, and 0805 case sizes, with power ratings up to 1/8th of a watt.
- High resistance to sulfurization achieved by adopting Ag-Pd-based inner electrode
- High reliability: metal glaze thick film resistive element and three layers of electrodes
- High precision: ±0.5% resistance tolerance
- Resistance Range: 100Ω to 100kΩ
- Low TCR: ±50 x 10-6/K
- Temperature Range: -55°C to +155°C
- AEC-Q200 compliant: Grade 0
- Case size and power rating:
- U2R: 0402, 0.1W
- U3R: 0603, 0.1W
- U6R: 0805, 0.125W
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