RNV Series of axial leaded metal film resistors has a 1ˇ4W body size and is
able to handle voltages up to 1600V dc and overload voltages of up to 3200V
dc. This series meets IEC 60065.14.1 standards and possesses voltage surge
handling up to 7KV. The RNV Series is available in both 5 and 1 percent
tolerances, and in standard ammo and tape and reel packaging. The RNV uses
proprietary manufacturing processes and materials to perform under prolonged
high temperature and high humidity stress.
This metal film resistor is useful for
applications requiring high voltage handling capability and stability. Examples
of applications include switching power supplies, power inverters, ac adapters,
appliances, electronic ballasts and displays and monitors.
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