135-10R0-FBW - 

Through Hole Resistor, 10 ohm, 100 Series, 3 W, ± 1%, Axial Leaded, 140 V

135-10R0-FBW - Through Hole Resistor, 10 ohm, 100 Series, 3 W, ± 1%, Axial Leaded, 140 V

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100 Series
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100 Series
± 1%
Axial Leaded
± 20ppm/°C
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Product Overview

The 135-10R0-FBW is a precision wire-wound Power Resistor with a ceramic element and offers exceptional performance. The superior stability results from welded construction and windings of premium grade resistance wire on thermally conductive ceramic cores. Hi-temp silicone coating provides excellent protection and solvent resistance. Tin (or SnPb) coated copper/Copperweld leads ensures proper solderability and extended shelf life. This Marked with resistance value and tolerance. Excellent pulse ability is inherent with the all-welded wire-wound construction, but can be enhanced by a factor of 50% or more via special Option P processing.
  • 500V Dielectric strength
  • UL94V-0 Flammability rating
  • RW69 MIL type


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