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Ultra-low Ohmic Chip Resistors For Current Detection - PML50HZPJV (Under Development)

ROHM's Ultra-low Ohmic Chip Resistors for Current Detection have wide terminal configuration for improve soldering reliability and heat dissipation characteristics. Unique trimingless structure utilized for improved current detection accuracy, recommended for large current and high speed switching circuits.

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PML50HZPJV Under Development 2000 2000 Taping Yes
 
Specifications:
Automotive grade Yes
Size[mm](inch) 2550(1020)
Rated Power[W] 1.5
Resistance Tolerance J (±5%)
Resistance range[Ω] 0.5m to 2.2m
Resistance(Min.)[Ω] 5.0E-4
Resistance(Max.)[Ω] 0.0022
Temperature Coefficient[ppm/°C] ±200
Operating Temperature[°C] -55 to 155
Type For current sensing (Wide terminal)
Features:
  • ・Wide terminal configuration for improve joint reliability and heat dissipation characteristics
    ・Ultr-low ohmic value from 0.5mOhm.
    ・Rated wattage enhanced drastically compared with standard products.
    ・All the part numbers are completely Pb free.
 
 
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