The Vishay Techno CDMV series is offered in various termination styles, materials and configurations, and offer a single-component replacement for discrete resistors used in voltage division applications.
Vishay Intertechnology has announced a series of thick film chip resistor dividers geared to cut space requirements, ease manufacturing designs, and boost design flexibility in high-voltage industrial and alternative energy equipment. The Vishay Techno CDMV series devices are offered in a range of termination styles, materials and configurations, and deliver working voltages up to 1.4kV and provide a single-component replacement for multiple discrete resistors used in voltage division applications.
Consisting of two resistors integrated into a single 2512 case size, the space-saving devices released today offer a resistance range from 10kΩ to 75MΩ, with maximum resistance ratios to 700:1 and tolerances down to ±0.5%. The chip dividers feature temperature coefficients of ±100ppm/°C and typical TCR tracking of ±50ppm/°C.
For design flexibility, CDMV series devices are available with solderable, epoxy-bondable and wire-bondable terminations in 3-sided wraparound or top-only flip chip configurations. Solder-coated nickel barrier terminations are standard for the RoHS-compliant, halogen-free chip dividers, with gold, palladium silver, platinum gold, platinum silver and platinum palladium gold terminations available.
Samples and production quantities of the CDMV series devices are available with lead times of nominally eight to 10 weeks.