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Stackpole Electronics Inc.
RALEIGH, NC (Sep. 29, 2008) – Stackpole Electronics, Inc. today announced the release of the TR 100 resistor. The TR 100 is a power resistor capable of 100 watts power dissipation at 25C and is a TO 247 package size. This type of resistor is ideal for power system designers that utilize a heat sink for their power IC’s in that it is characterized in the same way. This gives the design engineer a simple solution to their power resistor needs in a relatively small package. This product is ideal for instrumentation, metering, avionics, and will be used with a wide variety of higher power applications.
The TR100 is 15.75mm wide by 20.7mm high and less than 5mm thick with a lead spacing of 10.16mm. It is available in values from 1 ohm up to 10K, tolerances as low as .5%, and TCR’s as low as 50 ppm. The TR100 expands this product line already known for its excellent performance and relatively low cost.
The TR series is available in standard tube or bulk packaging in 700 and 1000 pcs quantities depending on size and is RoHS compliant. Pricing varies with resistance value, size, and tolerance and generally ranges from $5.00 to $6.50 each in minimum quantities. Contact Stackpole for volume pricing.
For more information about Stackpole products, contact Stackpole Electronics Inc. at 2700 Wycliff Road, Suite 410, Raleigh, N.C. 27607; phone 919-850-9500; fax 919-850-9504; email firstname.lastname@example.org; or visit the Web site at www.seielect.com.
Stackpole Electronics Inc. is a leading global manufacturer of resistors supplying to the world’s largest OEMs, contract manufacturers and distributors. Headquartered in Raleigh, N.C., the privately held company began manufacturing in 1928 as part of Stackpole Carbon Company in St. Mary’s, Pennsylvania. Now affiliated with Akahane Electronics, Stackpole has manufacturing facilities in Japan, Taiwan, China and Mexico; warehousing facilities in El Paso, Guadalajara, Hong Kong and Japan; and sales offices in Tokyo, Hong Kong and Taiwan.