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BI Technologies SMT

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Resistors handle high-wattage applications

The four-terminal BHPR T0-227 style chassis-mount package can be configured as a dual-resistor or single-resistor element.

News from Electronicstalk, 29 August 2007

SMT current sense resistor handles 8W

The BCS8 Series surface mount resistor is reckoned to be unique among current sense resistors.

News from Electronicstalk, 6 August 2007

Surface mount power resistors handle up to 10W

With the highest power rating currently available, SMP series surface mount power resistors help designers of high power applications in confined spaces.

News from Electronicstalk, 18 April 2007

Power resistor keeps its cool

BI Technologies SMT Division has developed a nonmoulded power resistor rated up to 75W.

News from Electronicstalk, 24 November 2006

Power resistors are thermally optimised

Noninductive power resistor is rated up to 20W and housed in a small, thin TO-263 package suitable for high density PCB installation.

News from Electronicstalk, 20 September 2006

Power resistors offer more options

Noninductive high-density power resistors provide the means to specify the appropriate wattage to more accurately meet design specifications.

News from Electronicstalk, 9 August 2006

Networks replace up to 16 discrete components

Thick-film-on-ceramic resistor-capacitor chip networks replace up to 16 discrete components using just 50% of the PC board space, with no need for diode protection.

News from Electronicstalk, 10 July 2006

Novel package helps resistors handle heat

Power resistors come in a moulded SOIC-style package with a metal lead frame that features an integral heatsink directly under the resistor element.

News from Electronicstalk, 15 May 2006

Current sense resistors handle more with less

Metal element current sense chip resistors with power ratings up to 8W feature a size of only 6.4 x 12.8 x 2.5mm.

News from Electronicstalk, 13 April 2006

Ladder networks are cost-effective convertors

A series of 8 and 10bit R2R resistor ladder networks targets automotive, industrial, building monitoring and process automation applications.

News from Electronicstalk, 3 March 2006

Power resistors put more into small packages

Offered in a TO-227 package style, BHPR Series resistors feature increased power ratings up to 250 and 300W.

News from Electronicstalk, 8 December 2005

Resistive heaters are accurately controlled

BI Technologies SMT has released a series of planar heater products with ratings up to 50W for military, computing, telecommunications, medical and commercial applications.

News from Electronicstalk, 7 November 2005

Resistors boast superior thermal performance

A new series of noninductive power resistors come with power ratings from 20 to 140W in popular transistor-style packages.

News from Electronicstalk, 3 October 2005

Planar resistors boast high power density

A new range planar power resistors are ideal for applications in switching power supplies, snubber circuits, inrush current suppressors, audio crossover circuits and current limiters.

News from Electronicstalk, 24 February 2005

Ladders turn to data conversion

Digital to analogue (DAC) and analogue to digital (ADC) signal conversion are the main applications for the BCN31L 8bit, R/2R ladder networks from TT Electronics BI Technologies.

News from Electronicstalk, 24 January 2005

Thick-film resistors tackle powerful tasks

The surface-mount SMHP series of TO263-packaged resistors will find application in areas such as switching power supplies, inrush current suppressors, snubbers and current limiters.

News from Electronicstalk, 16 December 2004

Chip resistor networks bring eight together

BCN 31 thick-film, ten-terminal 2512 chip resistor networks incorporate eight bused resistors, allowing considerable savings to be made on board space and pick-and-place operations.

News from Electronicstalk, 6 December 2004

Power resistors run up to 50W

The BPR series of non-inductive, thick-film planar power resistors from TT Electronics BI Technologies has been extended with the introduction of a resistor with a 50W rating.

News from Electronicstalk, 15 November 2004

RC networks pack more into chip outline

The RC6 resistor capacitor chip network offers multiple combinations of resistors and capacitors in a choice of circuit configurations on a single 2512 ten-terminal package.

News from Electronicstalk, 18 October 2004

Shortform offers concise details

A new 32-page, shortform catalogue contains concise details of fixed-film resistors, magnetics, microcircuits and modules and variable resistors and sensors from TT Electronics BI Technologies.

News from Electronicstalk, 22 September 2004

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