thick-film resistor

thick-film resistor

[′thik ¦film ri′zis·tər]
(electricity)
Fixed resistor whose resistance element is a film well over 0.001 inch (25 micrometers) thick.
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RPC Series anti-surge, thick-film resistors are surface mount replacements for wirewound and axial-leaded film products.
Since I wanted to create a striking example, I had accumulated the costs of embedding high Dk planar capacitance materials and ceramic thick-film resistors.
5 to 1 percent required of analog circuitry -- the great advantage of surface thick-film resistors.