NIC Components Launches NCST-C Series of SMT Chip ResistorsDecember 13, 2020 by NIC Components
This article highlights NIC Components NCST-C series of current sensing SMT chip resistors utilizing low-cost thick film construction.
NIC Components is pleased to introduce the NCST-C series of current sensing SMT chip resistors utilizing low-cost thick film construction. Supporting power ratings from 1/16W to 2W in industry-standard sizes; 0402, 0603, 0805, 1206, 1210, 2010, and 2512 case sizes. The resistance value range covers 1mΩ to 976mΩ in ±1% (F) and ±5% (J) tolerance with TCR of ±500ppm to ±1500ppm.
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The NCST-C series has an operating temperature range of -55°C to +155°C (with derating above +70°C), is current sensing rated to 14.1A, meets the requirements of current sensing, current limiting, power conversion, point of load, op-amp, and amplifiers circuits. Potential end-use include industrial, networking equipment, storage, security & alarm, battery chargers, point-of-sale, commercial and appliance applications. NCST-C is RoHS compliant and meets the +260°C reflow requirements of IPC/JEDEC J‐STD‐020E.
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NIC Components Corp., in partnership with Nippon Industries Co. Ltd., has been manufacturing and designing passive components for over thirty years. By integrating design, raw materials and production expertise, NIC has established itself as a leader in passive component technology.
From a core business of Aluminum Electrolytic Capacitors, NIC has expanded its product offering to Tantalum Capacitors, Ceramic Capacitors, DC Film Capacitors, Thick and Thin Film Resistive Products and a growing line of Power Inductors, Ferrite Chip Beads, and RF Components. NIC maintains engineering offices globally to oversee our production facilities and work closely with the factory sites for quality assurance and technology dissemination. Warehouse, engineering and sales offices in North America, APAC and EMEA support customer design, logistics and service requirements.