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Overcurrent current during electronics startup, transient load when transformers or motors are energised, capacitor charging or discharging, electrostatic discharge sparks, lightning strikes, or overcurrent caused by circuit malfunction or mixed-up lines are just a few examples of the short-term increases in voltage or current that modern electronic devices frequently experience.
The resistive component of the resistor dissipates the pulse power. Heat is produced based on the pulse energy. The temperature of the resistor rises as a result of the heat. An opening of the device or a change in resistance can result from the resistive element being damaged by overheating.
The Global Pulse Power 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.
The RPC-UP family of ultra-high-power pulse-withstanding chip resistors from Stackpole Electronics is marketed in two chip sizes: the 0.75 watt 1206 size chip and the 0.5 watt 0805 size chip. The RPC-UP maintains the same superior pulse handling for which the RPC series is renowned while significantly enhancing power management, enabling its use in a wide range of applications where pulse handling needs would typically call for a bigger chip.
Depending on the resistance value, this series offers TCR of 200 ppm and 100 ppm with tolerances as low as 0.5%. The RPC-UP is a supplement to the RPC-HP high power pulse withstanding family, which provides high power handling for sizes ranging from 0603 to 2010.
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