Ohmite’s bulk construction processes for ceramic resistors produce inherently non-inductive resistors, which allow energy and power to be uniformly distributed through the entire body. There are also no films or wires to wear down or fail.
These tubular ceramic resistor series provide excellent performance for high peak power or high-energy pulses. They are inherently non-inductive and are available in three distinctly different ceramic materials to meet a range of requirements.
Ohmite’s axial ceramic resistors provide excellent performance where high peak power or high-energy pulses must be handled in a small size. These non-inductive resistors can also be used as alternatives to hard-to-find carbon composition resistors.
For high power and energy dissipation in a compact size, the 500 series provides excellent pulse/overload capability and volumetric power efficiency in a slim profile. Minimize resistor package size and cost without sacrificing performance or reliability. The 500 series is inherently non-inductive and available in three ceramic materials.
"Common Applications and Functions of Resistors in a Circuit"
Resistors carry out a number of functions in electronic circuits, such as reducing current flow, adjusting signal levels, and dividing voltages. Review the fundamentals of resistors and their many uses in this free whitepaper.
Ohmite has been the leading provider of resistive products for high current, high voltage, and high energy applications for over 90 years. The company’s full complement of resistor construction includes wirewound, wire element, thick film, and ceramic composition. Ohmite also leads the way in thermal management for resistive and other technologies offering a vast array of heatsinks.
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