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CH0402-50RGF - 

Resistor, 50 ohm, 0402 [1005 Metric], 50 mW, ± 2%, CH Series, ± 100ppm/°C

CH0402-50RGF - Resistor, 50 ohm, 0402 [1005 Metric], 50 mW, ± 2%, CH Series, ± 100ppm/°C

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Manufacturer:
VISHAY VISHAY
Manufacturer Part No:
CH0402-50RGF
Newark Part No.:
15R0740
Product Range
CH Series
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Product Information

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50ohm
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0402 [1005 Metric]
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50mW
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± 2%
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CH Series
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± 100ppm/°C
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50GHz
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Surface Mount Device
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Product Overview

The CH0402-50RGF is a 50Ω 50mW SMD Chip Resistor with SnAg over nickel barrier termination. The high frequency thin film chip resistor is made with thin film microwave and pure alumina substrate (99.5%). These miniaturized components are designed in such a way that its internal reactance is very small. When correctly mounted and utilized, it functions as almost pure resistor on a very large range of frequency up to 50GHz.
  • Small internal reactance
  • 37V Limiting element voltage

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