CMF501K5000FHEB - 

Through Hole Resistor, 1.5 kohm, CMF Series, 200 V, Metal Film, Axial Leaded, 250 mW

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CMF Series
Metal Film
Axial Leaded
± 1%
± 50ppm/°C
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The CMF501K5000FHEB is a Precession Metal Film Resistor with a vacuum-deposited nickel-chrome alloy element and fire-cleaned high purity ceramic core. This CMF series through hole mount industrial resistor features flame-retardant epoxy formulated for superior moisture protection coating and have exceptionally low noise level. The solderability is continuous satisfactory coverage when tested in accordance with MIL-R-10509.
  • Flame-retardant epoxy coating
  • Small size
  • Controlled temperature coefficient
  • Excellent high frequency characteristics
  • Low voltage coefficient
  • -55 to 175°C Operating temperature range


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