SOTA expands line of MIL-PRF-55342 resistors

Officials of State of the Art (SOTA) of State College, Pa., are expanding their line of chip resistors that meet the U.S. military quality standard MIL-PRF-55342. SOTA resistors are available in nine case sizes, with tolerances as low as 0.1 percent, and target mission-critical applications such as manned space flight, life-support systems, and human-implantable medical devices. The latest revision the chip resistor spec MIL-PRF-55342 (G) from the Defense Supply Center Columbus in Columbus, Ohio

Officials of State of the Art (SOTA) of State College, Pa., are expanding their line of chip resistors that meet the U.S. military quality standard MIL-PRF-55342. SOTA resistors are available in nine case sizes, with tolerances as low as 0.1 percent, and target mission-critical applications such as manned space flight, life-support systems, and human-implantable medical devices. The latest revision the chip resistor spec MIL-PRF-55342 (G) from the Defense Supply Center Columbus in Columbus, Ohio, introduces a new "T" space-level product designator that standardizes chip resistor specifications for aerospace and avionics applications. DSCC officials developed the spec to eliminate the need for source control drawings for space applications. For more information, contact SOTA`s Bernie Hoy by phone at 800-458-3401, by fax at 814-335-2714, by e-mail at sales@resistor.com, or by post at 2470 Fox Hill Road, State College, Pa., 16803-1797. - J.K

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