CPF210R000FKE14 - 

Through Hole Resistor, 10 ohm, CPF Series, 2 W, ± 1%, Axial Leaded, 350 V

CPF210R000FKE14 - Through Hole Resistor, 10 ohm, CPF Series, 2 W, ± 1%, Axial Leaded, 350 V

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CPF Series
± 1%
Axial Leaded
Metal Film
± 100ppm/°C
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Product Overview

The CPF210R000FKE14 is a 10Ω 2W through-hole mounting precision Metal Film Resistor with solder-coated standard lead termination, special high temperature conformal coating and proprietary nickel-chrome alloy element. The industrial power flameproof resistor features cleaned high purity ceramic core, low voltage coefficient, special filming and coating processes.
  • High power rating, small size
  • Flameproof, high temperature coating
  • Excellent high frequency characteristics
  • Low noise
  • -65 to 230°C Temperature range



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