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MCF 2W 1K - 

Through Hole Resistor, Carbon Film, 1 kohm, 500 V, Axial Leaded, 2 W, ± 5%, MCF Series

MCF 2W 1K - Through Hole Resistor, Carbon Film, 1 kohm, 500 V, Axial Leaded, 2 W, ± 5%, MCF Series
MCF 2W 1K - Through Hole Resistor, Carbon Film, 1 kohm, 500 V, Axial Leaded, 2 W, ± 5%, MCF Series

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Manufacturer:
MULTICOMP MULTICOMP
Manufacturer Part No:
MCF 2W 1K
Newark Part No.:
38K0437
Product Range
MCF Series
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Product Information

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1kohm
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500V
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Axial Leaded
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2W
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± 5%
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MCF Series
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Carbon Film
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± 450ppm/°C
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Product Overview

The MCF 2W 1K is a Carbon Film Resistor features high quality performance and axial leaded termination. This through hole fixed resistor is automatically insertable and is non-flammable. It also features that no evidence of flashover, mechanical damage, arcing or insulation breakdown. No deterioration of protective coating and markings between resistance to solvent.
  • 1000MΩ Minimum insulation resistance
  • -55 to 155°C Operating temperature range

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