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TE2500B10RJ - 

Resistor, Solder Lug, 10 ohm, 2.5 kW, ± 5%, TE Series, Wirewound

TE2500B10RJ - Resistor, Solder Lug, 10 ohm, 2.5 kW, ± 5%, TE Series, Wirewound

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Manufacturer Part No:
TE2500B10RJ
Newark Part No.:
50R7991
Product Range
TE Series
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Product Information

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10ohm
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2.5kW
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-
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± 5%
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TE Series
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Wirewound
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± 440ppm/°C
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Solder Lug
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Product Overview

The TE series from TE Connectivity resistors are high power, panel mount wirewound resistors. The TE range of mullite coated tubular ceramic core resistors have corrugated ribbon element for rapid cooling effect to enable up to 2.5KW power handling capability. These are designed for heavy duty machinery, electrical equipment where stability and reliability is of major concern.
  • Resistance value ranges from 0.1ohm to 2.7Kohm
  • ±5% and ±10% tolerance
  • Temperature coefficient is ±440ppm/°C
  • Operating temperature ranges from -25°C to +225°C
  • 3x overload for 5 seconds
  • Custom terminations /leads available
  • Flameproof construction
  • High Power Resistor

Applications

Industrial, Consumer Electronics, Portable Devices, Power Management, Motor Drive & Control

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