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Low ohmic resistors sense current in inverters and appliances

Rohm has announced a line-up of high power wide terminal thick-film chip resistors intended for current detection in applications including inverters and home appliances. Ranging from 10 to 910mΩ in 48 values, the parts are called LTR50. “A thorough review of the resistive material allowed Rohm to improve rated power to 2W in the 2.5 x ...

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