JOHANSON MANUFACTURING  RF800BA14-004  THICK FILM RESISTOR FLANGED, 100 OHM

JOHANSON MANUFACTURING RF800BA14-004

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  • Product Range RF Series
  • Resistance 100ohm
  • Power Rating 800W
  • Frequency Max 6GHz
  • Resistor Case Style -
  • Resistor Mounting Panel
  • Resistance Tolerance ± 5%
  • Temperature Coefficient ± 100ppm/°C
  • MSL -
  • Operating Temperature Min -55 °C
  • Operating Temperature Max 100 °C
  • SVHC No SVHC (17-Dec-2015)

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Afte a short period of operation at @250 watts rf at 1.49mhz swr starts to rise and I find the resistance value has started to increase, after removing power it drops back down to 50 ohms, shouldn't it be capable of running quite awhile at that power level or am I using wrong part?. thanks Michael
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As per specs this should be working. Please check your circuitry and do share with us the same for further suggestion.
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