August 26, 2014
Lead Free Thick Film Chip Resistor Arrays
Standard construction thick film chip resistor arrays commonly take the RoHS directive exemption 7C1 to achieve RoHS compliance. Exemption 7C1 allows electrical and electronic components containing lead in a glass or ceramic matrix compound to exceed the 100PPM (0.01%) threshold.
NIC is pleased to offer NRSNL series of Pb free thick film chip resistor arrays, which does not take the RoHS exemption, as the level of Pb has been reduced below the RoHS threshold of 100PPM (0.01%). The NRSNL series 4 element arrays are available in EIA standard 0408 (0402 x 4) & 0612 (0603 x 4) case sizes with convex terminal construction. Supported in E24 (+/]5% tolerance) and E96 (+/]1% tolerance) resistance values, with individual element power ratings of 1/16W (0.0625W) in 0408 size and 1/10W (0.10W) in 0612 size.
Operating temperature range of -55°C to +155°C with power rating derated above +70°C. Voltage ratings of 50V cover resistance values from 1 Ohm to 10 Meg-Ohm with temperature coefficient of resistance of ±100ppm/°C and ±200ppm/°C. NRCL series is supplied without resistance value marking. Zero ohm (jumper) versions are supported in both case sizes with 1.0A current rating and maximum resistance of 50mΩ.
Supplied on carrier tape for automated placement and compatible with Pb-free reflow soldering. Component pricing of $0.008 to $0.04USD each when purchased in production volumes. Free samples are available from NIC for design and evaluation purposes.
RoHS compliant (Pb]Free) without 7C1 exemption
For users whom cannot accept RoHS 7C1 exemption components
Low Cost Thick Film Construction
Miniature Size And Low Profile
High Density Packaging = Significant Space Savings
Lower Production Costs with fewer placements
Compatible with Pb-Free Reflow Soldering
NRSNL Series APPLICATIONS:
Pull-up & Pull-down