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Ultra-low Ohmic Chip Resistors For Current Detection - PMR01ZZPJU

Ultra-low ohmic chip resistors for current detection are specialized in low resistance employing metal resistive element tolerant to high current and uniquely designed trimingless to attain precise resistance for accurate current detection and high-current switching.

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PMR01ZZPJU Active 10000 10000 Taping Yes
 
Specifications:
Automotive grade Yes
Size[mm](inch) 1005(0402)
Rated Power[W] 0.2
Resistance Tolerance J (±5%)
Resistance range[Ω] 10m
Resistance(Min.)[Ω] 0.01
Resistance(Max.)[Ω] 0.01
Temperature Coefficient[ppm/°C] 0 to 200
Operating Temperature[°C] -55 to 155
Rated Current[A] 20.0
Rated Resistance(Max.)(Jumper only)[mΩ] 0.5
Type For current sensing
Features:
  • ・ Ultra low-ohmic resistance range 5mΩ to 10mΩ
    ・ Improved current detection accuracy by trimming-less structure.
    ・ Special low resistance temperature coefficient.
    ・ The unique chip structure minimizes thermal stress during temperature cycling, resulting in greater reliability.
    ・ ROHM resistors have obtained ISO9001 / ISO / TS16949 certification.
    ・ Corresponds to AEC-Q200. (PMR50 / 100)
 
 
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