Low-Ohm Resistors Detect Current In Precision Circuits

Oct. 1, 2001
Two new series of thick-film, low-ohm resistors have been developed for detecting current in high-precision circuits, such as those found in power sources, battery chargers, ac adapters, dc/dc converters, and laptop computers. The ultra-low resistance

Two new series of thick-film, low-ohm resistors have been developed for detecting current in high-precision circuits, such as those found in power sources, battery chargers, ac adapters, dc/dc converters, and laptop computers. The ultra-low resistance RLS

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