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MF12 43K - 

Through Hole Resistor, Metal Film, 43 kohm, 200 V, Axial Leaded, 125 mW, ± 1%, MF12 Series

MF12 43K - Through Hole Resistor, Metal Film, 43 kohm, 200 V, Axial Leaded, 125 mW, ± 1%, MF12 Series

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Manufacturer:
MULTICOMP MULTICOMP
Manufacturer Part No:
MF12 43K
Newark Part No.:
38K5480
Product Range
MF12 Series
Technical Datasheet:
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Product Information

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43kohm
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200V
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Axial Leaded
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125mW
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± 1%
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MF12 Series
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Metal Film
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± 50ppm/°C
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Product Overview

The Multicomp MCMF12 series resistors are axial leaded precision metal film resistors with 1ohm to 1Mohm resistance range. The multiple epoxy coating on vacuum deposited metal film provides superior moisture protection and nichrome resistor element provides stable performance in various environments.
  • Maximum working voltage of 200V
  • Power rating of 125mW
  • Tolerance of ±1%
  • Temperature coefficient (TCR) of ±50ppm/°C
  • EIA standard colour coding
  • Low noise and voltage coefficient
  • Wide precision range in small package

Applications

Industrial, Power Management, Consumer Electronics, Portable Devices

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