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The term “thin-film resistor” refers to a resistor that makes use of a thin resistive layer. A ceramic base is positioned underneath this layer. This resistor has an extremely small thickness of only 0.1 microns compared to thick film resistors. These resistors are typically employed in higher precision technologies because they are more accurate, stable, and have a superior temperature coefficient.
Although they appear to be identical, thick film and thin film resistors have different manufacturing processes. A thin-film resistor’s rated voltage, rated power, maximum element voltage, working temperature range, and power derating curve are its primary properties.
The Global automotive high-voltage thin-film resistor market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2030.
Vishay Intertechnology has added a smaller 0805 case size to their TNPV e3 series of Automotive Grade high voltage thin film flat chip resistors. The Vishay Draloric TNPV0805 e3 is the first device in the industry to combine high working voltages up to 450 V with tight tolerance of 0.1% and low TCR down to 10 ppm/K in the 0805 compact case size. The TNPW 0805 e3 decreases component counts to conserve board space and lower costs by replacing larger resistors and many devices in similar case sizes without compromising precision because of its tiny size and high voltage performance.
Voltage measurement in automotive and industrial inverters, voltage dividers for battery management systems, on-board chargers, and test and measurement equipment are some typical uses for the AEC-Q200 approved device.
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