axial lead

axial lead

[′ak·sē·əl ′lēd]
(electricity)
A wire lead extending from the end along the axis of a resistor, capacitor, or other component.
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Illinois Capacitor manufactures radial and axial lead aluminum electrolytics in multiple termination styles.
introduced a series of non-magnetic, non-inductive axial lead wirewound resistors with high power ratings to 12 W and high-temperature operation to +350[degrees]C, which is appropriate for high-end audio and medical imaging equipment.
However, for the highest frequency operation, either leadless SM packages or axial lead packages offer the best performance since signal-path discontinuities are minimized.
Illinois Capacitor has announced its 248-page Catalog 105, which presents detailed specifications on 66 different series, including aluminum electrolytic, organic semiconductor solid aluminum electrolytic, film and power film types in axial lead, radial lead surface mount, snap-mount and direct-mount designs.
The products highlighted here--a surface-mount, thin-film chip fuse from Shurter and a series of glass and ceramic axial lead fuses from Littelfuse, Inc., represent two of the newest offerings in circuit protection.
These high reliability devices offer exemplary performance, have wrap and fill construction and feature easy-to-mount axial lead terminations.