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Stackpole Electronics Inc.
RALEIGH, NC (Sep. 24, 2008) – Stackpole Electronics, Inc. today announced the release of their new CSS / CSSH series of ultra-stable metal element current sense chip resistors. This series utilizes unique manufacturing processes and a special resistive alloy to provide tight tolerances, low TCR’s and high power ratings. These improvements allow design engineers more accurate control of their power systems, and the ability to downsize their designs or lower board temperatures.
The CSS / CSSH series is available in sizes from 1206 up to 2728 and power ratings from 0.5 up to 4 watts. This series offers a 3 watt 2512 size chip and offers a 4 watt device in a 2725 or 2728 package depending on resistance value. The all metal construction eliminates the issue of part or solder joint cracking which might normally be a concern for larger chip sizes. This series is capable of resistance tolerances down to 0.5% and TCR’s down to 15 ppm. This ensures precise power management over a wide range of ambient temperatures.
The CSS / CSSH series is available in standard 7 inch reels and is RoHS compliant. Pricing varies with size and tolerance and generally ranges from $0.20 to $0.50 each in full reel quantities.
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 email@example.com; 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.