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Resistors with the WSZ Lead Form Now Available at Vishay

This will allow the devices to be used as surface-mount components.

Vishay Intertechnology has declared that certain devices in its AC and AC-AT series of cemented, axial-leaded wire-wound resistors are now available with a pick-and-place friendly lead bending option, the WSZ lead form.

resistorsThis will allow the devices to be used as surface-mount components.

Offering high power dissipation and excellent pulse capability, the Vishay Draloric resistors are the industry’s first such devices to be offered in a non-inductive version.

Resistors with the WSZ lead form can be assembled on the PCB alongside other surface-mount components to improve the pick-and-place process and lower costs. The devices will serve as snubber, load, and inrush current limiting resistors for pre-charge / discharge applications in automotive and industrial electronics, energy meters, and white goods power supplies.

For challenging operating conditions, the devices feature a robust, non-flammable silicone cement coating that conforms to UL 94 V-0. The resistors operate over a wide temperature range of -55 °C to +250 °C and offer a wire-wound construction that meets the highest requirements against mechanical resistance, thermal shocks, dielectric strength, and insulation resistance at high temperatures.

The RoHS-compliant, halogen-free devices offer tin-plated terminations for compatibility with lead (Pb)-free and lead (Pb)-containing soldering processes.

Samples and production quantities of the series resistors with WSZ lead forms are available now, with lead times of 16 weeks.

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