New Vishay Intertechnology AEC-Q200 Qualified High Voltage Thick Film Chip Resistors Reduce Component Counts and PCB Size

AEC-Q200 Qualified High Voltage Thick Film Chip ResistorsImage: Vishay Intertechnology

MALVERN, PA — Vishay Intertechnology, Inc. (NYSE: VSH) this week introduced a new series of AEC-Q200 qualified high voltage thick film chip resistors. Offering working voltages to 3000 V, stability of 1.0 %, and power ratings up to 1.0 W, the Vishay Techno CRHA series is available in five compact case sizes ranging from 1206 to 2512.

With their high voltage handling capability — combined with better accuracy and stability than most standard thick film chip resistors — the Automotive Grade devices released today enable designers to reduce component counts, placement costs, and PCB size.

The resistors offer a wide resistance range from 2 MΩ to 500 MΩ, tolerances down to ± 1.0 %, and temperature coefficients of ± 100 ppm/°C. These specifications make the devices ideal for battery management and voltage monitoring, division, and regulation in power inverters and high voltage power supplies for automotive, industrial, and medical applications.

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CRHA series resistors feature solder-coated nickel barrier terminations in a three-sided wraparound configuration. The devices are RoHS-compliant with exemption, and halogen-free.

Device Specification Table:

Part # Case size P70 C
Max. working voltage
Resistance range
CRHA1206 1206 0.30 1500 2 M to 100 M
CRHA1210 1210 0.45 1750 4 M to 100 M
CRHA2010 2010 0.50 2000 6 M to 100 M
CRHA2510 2510 0.60 2500 10 M to 500 M
CRHA2512 2512 1.0 3000 10 M to 500 M
The Company states samples and production quantities of the CRHA series are available now with lead times of 8 to 12 weeks.

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