Axial Lead ResistorsHigh Power, Non-Inductive, Ceramic Axial Lead Resistors from U.S. Resistor provide unique solutions in applications where carbon composition traditionally have been used, often replacing 2 or more with a single ceramic resistor. Some areas where the axial lead resistors are being used are in testing equipment, high voltage power supplies and cable connectors, soft start, pulse waveform, EMF / RFI test circuits, high voltage power supplies and RC snubber circuits. These ceramic axial lead resistors perform well where high peak power or high energy pulses are required to be handled using smaller size resistors. These non-inductive axial lead resistors are able to dissipate the energy uniformly through the entire resistor body.

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Part
Number

“A”
Diameter
Inches

“B”
Length
Inches

 

Low
Ohms

 

High
Ohms

Peak
Power*
Watts

Peak
Energy
Joules

Peak
Voltage
Maximum

83-A01
Axial Lead Resistor

0.250

1

17

81,000

2.2

236

5,000

83-A02
Axial Lead Resistor

0.250

2

33

162,000

4.5

471

15,000

83-A03
Axial Lead Resistor

0.250

3

49

244,000

6.7

707

25,000

83-A04
Axial Lead Resistor

0.250

4

66

325,000

9.0

942

35,000

83-A05
Axial Lead Resistor

0.250

5

82

407,000

11.2

1,178

45,000

83-A06
Axial Lead Resistor

0.250

6

98

488,000

13.5

1,414

55,000

83-A07
Axial Lead Resistor

0.250

7

115

570,000

15.7

1,649

65,000

83-A08
Axial Lead Resistor

0.250

8

131

651,000

18.0

1,885

75,000

83-A09
Axial Lead Resistor

0.250

9

147

733,000

20.2

2,121

85,000

83-A10
Axial Lead Resistor

0.250

10

163

814,000

22.5

2,356

95,000

83-A11
Axial Lead Resistor

0.250

11

180

896,000

24.7

2,592

105,000

83-A12
Axial Lead Resistor

0.250

12

196

977,000

27.0

2,827

115,000

Part Number plus the Resistance Code is used for specifying a particular part. The Resistance code is defined by the first two numbers of the resistance value, followed by a single number multiplier, and the resistance tolerance (20% is L, 10% is K, 5% is J). When the resistance is less than 10 ohms, the multiplier is not used and replaced by an “R”. For example a 0.250” x 6.0” Axial Leaded Resistor at 250 ohms +/-10% would be qualified as “83-A06-251K.

Part
Number

“A”
Diameter
Inches

“B”
Diameter
Inches

Low
Ohms

 High
Ohms

Peak
Power*
Watts

Peak
Energy
Joules

Peak
Voltage
Maximum

 83-B01
Axial Lead Resistor

 

0.437

 

1

 

6

 

26,000

 

3.9

 

720

 

5,000

83-B02
Axial Lead Resistor

0.437

2

11

53,000

7.9

1,440

15,000

83-B03
Axial Lead Resistor

0.437

3

16

80,000

11.8

2,160

25,000

83-B04
Axial Lead Resistor

0.437

4

22

106,000

15.7

2,880

35,000

83-B05
Axial Lead Resistor

0.437

5

27

133,000

19.6

3,600

45,000

83-B06
Axial Lead Resistor

0.437

6

32

160,000

23.6

4,320

55,000

83-B07
Axial Lead Resistor

0.437

7

38

186,000

27.5

5,040

65,000

83-B08
Axial Lead Resistor

0.437

8

43

213,000

31.4

5,760

75,000

83-B09
Axial Lead Resistor

0.437

9

48

240,000

35.3

6,479

85,000

83-B10
Axial Lead Resistor

0.437

10

54

266,000

39.3

7,199

95,000

83-B11
Axial Lead Resistor

0.437

11

59

293,000

43.2

7,919

105,000

83-B12
Axial Lead Resistor

0.437

12

65

320,000

47.1

8,639

115,000

 Part Number plus the Resistance Code is used for specifying a particular part. The Resistance code is defined by the first two numbers of the resistance value, followed by a single number multiplier, and the resistance tolerance (20% is L, 10% is K, 5% is J). When the resistance is less than 10 ohms, the multiplier is not used and replaced by an “R”. For example a 0.437” x 6.0” Axial Leaded Resistor at 5,000 ohms +/-10% would be qualified as “83-B06-502K.

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