MIL-PRF-55342-qualified precision thin film chip resistors introduced by TT electronics for military applications

CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas, 30 June 2010. TT electronics IRC in Corpus Christi, Texas, is introducing a 0402 package size military-qualified thin film chip resistor that meets MIL-PRF-55342 specifications for use in military and aerospace systems, weapon systems, aircraft, and communication equipment. The thin film chip resistor is part of the TT electronics IRC PFC Series precision chip resistors. The PFC Series thin film precision chip resistors meet E, H, K and M MIL-PRF-55342 characteristics, and are built using IRC's patented ultra stable Tantalum Nitride (TaNFilm) thin film resistive element for long life and high stability in harsh environments.

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CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas, 30 June 2010. TT electronics IRC in Corpus Christi, Texas, is introducing a 0402 package size military-qualified thin film chip resistor that meets MIL-PRF-55342 specifications for use in military and aerospace systems, weapon systems electronics, avionics, and communications equipment. The thin film chip resistor is part of the TT electronics IRC PFC Series precision chip resistors.

The PFC Series thin film precision chip resistors meet E, H, K and M MIL-PRF-55342 characteristics, and are built using IRC's patented ultra stable Tantalum Nitride (TaNFilm) thin film resistive element for long life and high stability in harsh environments.

Resistance for the PFC Series thin film resistors ranges from 10 to 125K Ohms. Power ratings are to 100, 150, and 250 milliwatts, with voltage ratings of 50, 100, and 125 volts depending on package size. Tolerances are to ±0.1 percent, ±1 percent, ±2 percent, ±5 percent and ±10 percent. The PFC Series thin film chip resistors are qualified to C, M, P, R, S and T reliability levels.

For more information contact TT electronics IRC online at www.irctt.com.

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