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Metal film resistors are made out of a thin metal sheet that acts as a resistive element on a non-conducting material. They are among the most prevalent axial resistor types. Carbon film resistors, as well as thick and thin film resistors, are other types of film resistors. In most cases, the term “metal film resistor” refers to a cylindrical axial resistor.
Thin film chip resistors, on the other hand, employ the same manufacturing method for the metal layer. Metal film resistors have a similar appearance to carbon film resistors, but their properties for stability, precision, and dependability are far greater.
Metal film resistors provide excellent tolerance, stability, and TCR properties. Furthermore, because of the low voltage coefficient, the resistors have low noise qualities and great linearity.
As a result, metal film resistors are frequently employed in circuits where tight tolerance, low temperature coefficient, and low noise qualities are critical. Active filters and bridge circuits are two examples of applications.
The Global Metal Film chip resistors 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.
Panasonic’s Metal-Film Chip Resistors have high dependability at high temperatures and humidity, as well as high precision, low current noise, and excellent linearity.
Panasonic’s High Precision Metal Film Resistors are developed for tough applications where extended life is critical, such as in the automotive, appliance, and industrial markets.
These Resistors have a high precision of up to 10ppm, 0.05%, making them one of the best-in-class Resistors available. Panasonic Metal-Film Resistors come in case sizes as small as 0201.
IEC 60115-8, JIS C 5201-8, and EIAJ RC-2133B are examples of standards that are compliant. AEC-Q200 certified, these resistors
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