Chip Resistors Reach Teraohm Levels

Feb. 1, 2000
Used in applications such as charge amplifiers, high-resolution electrometers and piezo electric devices, these ultra high value chip resistors are in the 1, 2 and 5 teraohm range. The chips have stable VCRs of 100 ppm/V and TCR of 100 ppm/°C.

Used in applications such as charge amplifiers, high-resolution electrometers and piezo electric devices, these ultra high value chip resistors are in the 1, 2 and 5 teraohm range. The chips have stable VCRs of 100 ppm/V and TCR of 100 ppm/°C. Sizes range from 0.020" x 0.020" for the 0202 to 0.250" x 0.125" for the 2512 chip sizes, with custom sizes also available. The firm also manufactures leaded resistors with ultra-high resistive values of up to 10 teraohms.

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