Temperature Coefficient of Resistance (TCR) Calculation Tool
Please refer to the respective product datasheet for the temperature coefficient of resistance.
*For example, in the case of 1Ω ESR01, enter 500 for the + side and 250 for the - side.
(Excerpt from the ESR Datasheet)
The standard reference temperature is typically 20°C or 25°C.
④Enter the of the operating environment to be checked
⑤Enter the of the operating environment to be checked
⑥After entering all of the information above (① to ⑤), click Calculate
After carrying out all of the above steps from ① to ⑥, the screen will appear as shown above
By moving the below the graph to the left or right, you can check the fluctuation in the resistance value at a certain temperature within the specified temperature range.
This example shows that a 1Ω product can swing to a maximum of 1.018Ω and a minimum of 0.9911Ω when the resistor temperature is 60°C.
The next page briefly describes usage beyond the rated power.