Buy metal film resistor kits online for DIY projects and experiments. The 1/8 watt metal film resistor has a tolerance range of ±1% and is available in values from 1Ω, 10Ω to 1MΩ, from low resistance requirements to high resistance applications, we can meet your requirements.
- Model: ATO-MFR-1-8W
- Power Rating: 1/8W
- Max. Operating Voltage: 200V
- Max. Overload Voltage: 400V
- Maximum Intermittent Overload: 400V
- Withstand Voltage: 300V
- Tolerance: ±1%
- Temperature Coefficient (15- 25ppm): 100Ω-100KΩ
- Temperature Coefficient (50ppm): 10Ω-1MΩ
- Temperature Coefficient (100ppm): 10Ω-1MΩ
- Metal film resistors have a wide operating frequency range and low noise levels, making them suitable for use in high frequency circuits.
- Metal film resistors offer stable voltage and low temperature coefficient.
- Metal oxide resistors feature good heat resistance and stable performance.
- Metal film resistors come in a wide range of resistance values and have rated power.
- 1/8-watt metal film resistors are available with a tolerance of 1%.
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Power Derating Curve
Metal film resistors are widely used in various electronic devices and applications, including telecommunications, consumer electronics, automotive electronics, industrial equipment, and more. They are commonly found in amplifier circuits, power supplies, instrumentation, and other electronic systems where precise and stable resistance values are required.
Tips: Can metal film resistors be used in high-temperature environments?
Metal film resistors are commonly used in electronic circuits due to their high precision, stability, and low noise. However, their ability to withstand high-temperature environments depends on the specific type of metal film resistor and the temperature range in question.
In general, metal film resistors can operate reliably at temperatures up to 155°C, which is the maximum operating temperature for many standard metal film resistors. Beyond this temperature, the resistor's performance can degrade, and it may even become damaged.
There are specialized metal film resistors designed to operate at higher temperatures, such as high-temperature thin-film resistors. These resistors use special materials and construction techniques to withstand temperatures up to 300°C or higher. However, they can be more expensive and less widely available than standard metal film resistors.