Thin Film Resistors are those manufactured by coating a thin resistive film on top of a ceramic base. The thin film coating would be no more than 0.1 micron in thickness. The thickness of the film determines the resistance offered. Read More
The thin metal film layer enables the resistor to have smooth electron flow, small temperature coefficient of resistance, and long term stability making it fit for high precision applications.
During manufacturing, a metallic film is vacuum deposited on top of the insulating substrate. Ni-chrome, an alloy of Nickel and Chromium is often used as the metal film.
Thin film resistors are widely used in:
The ultra-thin film resistor product series from KWK are highly stable, accurate and have very good temperature coefficient. They can withstand high temperatures up to 2700C and have up to .01 % accuracy. They are available in SMD packaging and are compatible with various soldering processes. They can operate in power ranges from 1/32 Watt to 1 Watt.Read Less
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