Raleigh, N.C. - Stackpole has released a new series
of aluminum housed low profile wirewound resistors.
Dubbed the MHL series, these resistors are available
in power ratings from 60 watts up to 1000 watts, and are typically less than
half the height of traditional aluminum housed wirewounds. They have standard
lead wire terminations coming out of one end, and can also be provided with
leads coming out of opposite ends or with quick connect tabs. The element is cemented
into the aluminum case, which provides a flameproof part with high stability
that is resistant to moisture and other harsh environmental conditions.
Applications include motor controls for elevators, escalators, and moving
walkways, welding equipment, plasma cutters, power supplies, robotics, medical
device power and control, drilling equipment, communication systems, and
Pricing: Will vary depending on size and tolerance
and ranges from $5 each to $70 each in minimum quantities. Contact
Stackpole or one of our franchised distributors for
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