tantalum nitride resistor

tantalum nitride resistor

[′tant·əl·əm ′nī‚trīd ri′zis·tər]
(electronics)
A thin-film resistor consisting of tantalum nitride deposited on a substrate, such as industrial sapphire.
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Each is available with a nichrome or tantalum nitride resistor element and in a wide variety of materials and conductor and adhesion metals.
The FCRN303 chips are built using a highly stable Tantalum Nitride resistor film and offer absolute tolerances as tight as +/-0.
The RNCP series offers a low cost solution that eliminates the risk of sulfur contamination and the RNCS series provides an alternative to tantalum nitride resistors that are used in harsh, humid environments.