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The "C" series of epoxy coated, radial lead resistors can absorb high energy at voltages up to 44kV. They are ideal for high voltage applications requiring non-inductance, as in pulse-forming and fast crowbars. Typical uses are in high voltage test equipment and cardiac defibrillators.
 
The C Series are now available with gold plated lead wires, which are solderable per J-STD-002C and offer improved solderability as opposed to the tin plated leads.
Click here to view the announcement regarding gold plated leads.
 
 
Part Number
Resistance
Impulse Volts
Power(W)
Energy (J)
Lnom (mm)
Dnom (mm)
Snom (mm)
Lead Dia. (mm)
1.2-8.2K
(See Graph)
1.00
100
7.0
13.0
5.0
0.909
2.2-15K
(See Graph)
1.25
175
10.0
13.0
8.0
0.909
5.6-33K
(See Graph)
2.00
400
20.0
13.0
18.0
0.909
2.2-15K
(See Graph)
4.0
1400
24.0
20.0
29.0
1.100
2.7-18K
(See Graph)
5.00
1900
31.0
20.0
29.0
1.100
1.8-12K
(See Graph)
6.0
2800
29.0
25.0
27.0
1.100
3.3-22K
(See Graph)
10.00
5600
54.0
25.0
52.0
1.100
Notes:    1. Rated @ 25oC. Derate by: (150 - ambient) / 125.     2. Single impulse    
     
 
 
(all dimensions are in mm)
 

Pulse Voltage Limits

The pulse voltage capability of the C series of Cercomp© resistors is constrained by allowable current, energy, and especially pulse width. The two graphs presented below show allowable peak impulse voltage vs. resistance for two standard waveforms which typify actual operating conditions. The waveforms are defined by the rise time, (to 90% amplitude), and the pulse width, (decay to 50% amplitude). Please consult Applications Engineering at HVR Advanced Power Components to verify safe operating area compliance for your application.

 
 
HVR Advanced Power Components
Phone: 716-693-4700
Fax: 716-693-4774
Email: mail@hvrapc.com
 

 

 
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