The resistor layer consists of a metallic oxide, in most cases of a tin oxide layer of approx. 1mm thickness. The outer shell consists of a silicone coating. These layer resistors are depleted of inductance and can carry a considerably higher load than coal layer resistors of the same type. The resistors (IT, type series MOX) have a rated loadcarrying capacity of 4 watt and 10 watt. The ohmic resistances lies between the values of 0.22 Ohm and 47 Ohm.
METAL- OXIDE- LAYER RESISTORS
Special features of MOX*4 and MOX*10 are that they both have very low inductance as well as a flame-retardant encapsulation. All resistors are colour coded.
MOX4: rated power handling = 4W at 70oC
MOX10: rated power handling = 10W at 70oC
Maximum working voltage = 450V /1000V
Resistance tolerance: +/-2% (values less than 1 Ohm +/- 5%)
Resistance values available: 0.22 Ohms - 47 Ohms
Connections: Axial/tinned copper lead-out wire
Temperature Co-efficient: +/-300 PPM/oC
Special features of MOX4 & MOX10 are that they both have very low inductance as well as a flame-retardant encapsulation. All resistors are colour coded.
MOX4: Connecting lead length = 30mm (lead diameter = 0.8mm)
Resistor dimensions: length=18mm, diameter=6mm
MOX10: Connecting lead length - 37mm (lead diameter = 0.8mm
Resistor dimensions: length = 51mm, diameter = 8mm
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