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Applications that demand high stability, high accuracy, or low noise frequently use thin film resistors. Examples of such applications include instrumentation, precise controls, monitoring, audio applications, and test and measurement equipment.
Metal film resistors come in two different varieties: thick film types, where the resistive element is a heated and burnt metal-based paste, and thin film kinds, where the resistive element is a metal vapour deposition film.
Vacuum deposition of a metallic layer on an insulating substrate makes up thin film resistors. A specific paste is applied to the substrate by fire to create thick film resistors. Metal oxides and glass are combined to make the paste. Thin film is more stable, more precise, and has a superior temperature coefficient.
The Global Thin Film High Power 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.
For the majority of applications in contemporary precision electronics where dependability and stability are crucial considerations, Vishay Automotive Grade MC AT precision thin film chip resistors are the ideal solution.
Precision test and measuring apparatus, as well as automotive, industrial, telecommunication, and medical equipment, are typical uses.
The majority of modern electronics applications that require the highest reliability and stability at high operating voltages are ideal candidates for TNPV e3 precision thin film flat chip resistors.
Industrial and automotive inverters, voltage measurement systems used in battery management systems, and test and measuring apparatus are examples of common applications.
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