ULR15S-R005FT2 - 

SMD Current Sense Resistor, 0.005 ohm, ULR Series, 2010 [5025 Metric], 1.5 W, ± 1%, Metal Strip

ULR15S-R005FT2 - SMD Current Sense Resistor, 0.005 ohm, ULR Series, 2010 [5025 Metric], 1.5 W, ± 1%, Metal Strip

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ULR Series
2010 [5025 Metric]
± 1%
Metal Strip
± 50ppm/°C
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The ULR15S-R005FT2 is a 0.005Ω 1.5W SMD metal element Current Sense Resistor with a low TCR resistance alloy plate, tin-plated connection bands is protectively coated on the upper and lower faces and numerically marked with the resistance value. This part is suitable for wave or reflow soldering. The robust metal strip able to withstand high temperature and high current and higher wattage device feature PCB clearance gap to maximize thermal performance.
  • Low TCR and inductance
  • Matt tin-plated finish over a barrier layer
  • 95% Minimum coverage solderability


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