Nickel Chromium Resistor

Nickel Chromium Resistor

Nickel-chromium resistors are fundamental electronic components, utilizing the "nichrome" metallic alloy composed mainly of nickel and chromium as resistive material. Recognized for their exceptional electrical and physical properties, such as high resistivity and thermal stability, these resistors play a crucial role in a variety of applications, from consumer electronics to industrial environments. The ability of nichrome to offer stable and predictable electrical resistance makes these resistors essential in scenarios that demand precision and reliability. Keywords: Non-inductive resistors, impulse generators.

Nickel Chromium Resistor

Technical Information

Voltage Range
Up to 2400 kV
Resistance Values
10, 12, 15, 70, 115, 230, 300, 400, 500, 600, and 1000 Ω
Benefits and Usability

Benefits and Usability

  • Ease of Integration
    Ease of Integration

    Nickel-chromium resistors offer versatility in a wide range of electrical circuits.

  • Wide Temperature Range
    Wide Temperature Range

    Capability to operate in varied conditions, from extreme to controlled.

  • Compatibility with Advanced Technologies
    Compatibility with Advanced Technologies

    Reliable choices for cutting-edge projects that require high-performance electronic components.

  • Custom Manufacturing
    Custom Manufacturing

    Offer flexibility in custom manufacturing, adapting to the specifications of different projects.

  • Long-Term Reliability
    Long-Term Reliability

    The combination of high precision, durability, and stability reduces the need for frequent replacements.

  • Resistance to Harsh Environmental Conditions
    Resistance to Harsh Environmental Conditions

    Designed to resist adverse conditions, such as humidity and corrosion.

Exclusive differentials

Nickel-chromium resistors stand out in the market due to distinctive characteristics. These resistors are used in various applications, ranging from consumer electronics to industrial contexts.

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  • ImageHigh Precision
  • ImageMechanical Robustness