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EBWA-NR0020FE - 

SMD Current Sense Resistor, 2000 µohm, 4 W, SMD, ± 1%, EBW Series

OHMITE EBWA-NR0020FE

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Manufacturer:
OHMITE OHMITE
Manufacturer Part No:
EBWA-NR0020FE
Order Code:
2420517
Product Range
EBW Series
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Product Information

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0.002ohm
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4W
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SMD
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± 1%
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EBW Series
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Each
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Nichrome (NiCr Alloy)
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± 100ppm/°C
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Product Overview

The EBW series Manganin/NiCr Current Sense Resistor manufactured using electron beam welding technology. This allows the joining of different alloys with great accuracy and tolerance. This resistor has heavy copper connectors, excellent long term stability and low inductance. These components can tolerate soldering temperatures of 350°C for 30 seconds or 250°C for 10 minutes. This can be mounted using reflow soldering or welding on copper. It can handle a power of 5W up to 100A at 0.5mR. It can handle a constant power of 7W at 0.2mR and a continuous load of 180A at 0.2mR.

Applications

Industrial, Sensing & Instrumentation, Automotive

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