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TGHGCR1000FE - 

Current Sense Through Hole Resistor, 0.1 ohm, 100 W, SOT-227, ± 1%, TGHG Series, Thick Film

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Manufacturer:
OHMITE OHMITE
Manufacturer Part No:
TGHGCR1000FE
Order Code:
2420589
Product Range
TGHG Series
Technical Datasheet:
(EN)
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Product Information

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0.1ohm
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100W
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SOT-227
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± 1%
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TGHG Series
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Thick Film
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± 60ppm/°C
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Product Overview

The TGHGCR1000FE is a precision Current Sense Resistor with a nickel-plated copper heat sink and American standard 303 stainless steel terminal nuts. This TGHG series through hole resistor features four terminal Kelvin connection and uses state-of-the-art technology to provide highly reliable, non-inductive performance. This resistor is ideal for many current monitoring and control applications.
  • Four terminals to isolate measurement path from current flow path
  • 1.3Nm 8 (static) Maximum torque for contacts
  • 1.5Nm (static) Maximum torque for base plate
  • 1000VDC Dielectric strength
  • -55 to 155°C Working temperature range
  • High Power Resistor

Applications

Motor Drive & Control, Power Management

Footnotes

This product is designed for use with proper heat sinking.

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