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Thin film chip resistor arrays offer tolerances as low as 0.1%

1/11/2013 02:40 PM EST
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David Ashton
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re: Thin film chip resistor arrays offer tolerances as low as 0.1%
David Ashton   1/12/2013 8:31:34 AM
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http://www.seielect.com/ http://www.seielect.com/news/Stackpole%27s_RAVN_Precision_Thin_Film_Chip_Resistor_Arrays_20130109.pdf But a link Should have been in the article, I agree.

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re: Thin film chip resistor arrays offer tolerances as low as 0.1%
Navelpluis   1/12/2013 7:58:03 AM
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Please, EE-Times, at least provide a link to the product. This is soooo E-non-commerce....

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