88033

REVISIONS
LT
DESCRIPTION
DATE
APPROVED
A
Add new paragraph on resistance. Editorial changes
throughout.
21 AUG 1989
D. Moore
B
Separate RTC into specific resistance ranges. Change
voltage rating to 75 volts. Revise power conditioning test
method. Change vendor’s PIN. Editorial changes
throughout.
15 JAN 1991
D. Moore
C
Partial inactivation of resistance range for characteristics
K and M. Editorial changes throughout.
22 SEP 1994
D. Moore
D
Add new source of supply; add resistance tolerances
0.1 percent and 5.0 percent; add characteristic E;
dimension changes in accordance with MIL-PRF55342/10. Editorial changes throughout.
5 APR 1999
J. Crum
E
Lower resistance range value to 1 ohm for
characteristics K and M. Editorial changes throughout.
5 MAY 2000
K. Cottongim
F
Table 1 correction. 5 year review cycle. Editorial and
procedural changes throughout
6 APR 2005
K. Cottongim
G
Inactivation for new design. Vendor part number
addition. Editorial and procedural changes throughout.
26 MAR 2010
M. Radecki
H
Change vendor’s CAGE code. Add QR code. Editorial
changes throughout.
12 FEB 2016
M. Radecki
Notice of Inactivation for New Design
DLA Land and Maritime Drawing 88033 is inactive for new design
and is no longer used, except for replacement purposes. Use
MIL-PRF-55342/10.
CURRENT DESIGN ACTIVITY CAGE CODE 037Z3
HAS CHANGED NAMES TO:
DLA LAND AND MARITIME
COLUMBUS, OHIO 43218-3990
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PREPARED BY
ALLAN R. KNOX
Original date of
drawing
CHECKED BY
DAVID WITHROW
4 May 1988
APPROVED BY
DAVID E. MOORE
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TITLE
RESISTOR, CHIP, FIXED, FILM, STYLE 1010
CODE IDENT. NO.
14933
DWG NO.
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88033
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5905-2016-E22
1. SCOPE
1.1 Scope. This drawing describes the requirements for a fixed, film, chip resistor, style 1010.
1.2 Part or Identifying Number (PIN). The complete PIN is as follows:
88033
│
│
Drawing
number
-
*
****
Characteristic
(see 3.3.6)
Resistance and
resistance tolerance
(see 3.3.1 and 3.3.3)
│
│
│
│
2. APPLICABLE DOCUMENTS
2.1 Government documents.
2.1.1 Specifications and standards. The following specifications, standards and handbooks form a part of this
document to the extent specified herein. Unless otherwise specified, the issues of these documents are those listed in the
cited in the solicitation or contract (see 6.2).
DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE SPECIFICATIONS
MIL-PRF-55342
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*
*
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Resistor, Chip, Fixed, Film, Nonestablished Reliability, Established Reliability, Space
Level, General Specification For
DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE STANDARDS
MIL-STD-202
MIL-STD-202-108
MIL-STD-790
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MIL-STD-1285
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Test Method Standard Electronic and Electrical Component Parts.
Test Method Standard Method 108, Life (At Elevated Ambient Temperature).
Standard Practice for Established Reliability and High Reliability Qualified Products List
(QPL) Systems for Electrical, Electronic, and Fiber Optic Parts Specifications.
Marking of Electrical and Electronic Parts.
(Copies of these documents are available online at http://quicksearch.dla.mil.)
2.2 Order of precedence. Unless otherwise noted herein or in the contract, in the event of a conflict between the text of this
document and the references cited herein (except for related specification sheets), the text of this document takes
precedence. Nothing in this document, however, supersedes applicable laws and regulations unless a specific exemption
has been obtained.
3. REQUIREMENTS
3.1 Item requirements. The individual item requirements shall be in accordance with MIL-PRF-55342, and as specified
herein.
3.2 Interface and physical dimensions. The interface and physical dimensions shall be as specified in MIL-PRF-55342
and herein (see figure 1).
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Inches
0.005
0.007
0.015
0.033
0.100
0.105
A
0.105
±0.007
B
.100
±.005
C
D
.015
±.005
.015/.033
mm
0.13
0.18
0.38
0.84
2.54
2.67
E
.015
±.005
NOTES:
1. Dimensions are in inches. Metric equivalents are given for general information only.
2. The pictorial view is representative of the envelope of the item. Slight deviations from the outline shown, which are
contained within the envelope, and do not alter the functional aspect of the device are acceptable.
FIGURE 1. Chip resistor.
3.3 Electrical characteristics.
3.3.1 Resistance and resistance tolerance. The nominal resistance expressed in ohms is identified by four characters
consisting of three digits and a letter. The letter is used simultaneously as a decimal point, multiplier, and resistance tolerance
designator in accordance with MIL-PRF-55342 and herein (see table I). Minimum and maximum resistance values available
shall be as specified in 3.3.2, 3.3.6, and 6.8. Resistance values not listed in the "10 to 100" decade table of MIL-PRF-55342
for the appropriate resistance tolerance shall be considered as not conforming to this drawing. The standard values for every
decade shall follow the sequence demonstrated for the "10 to 100" decade table specified in MIL-PRF-55342.
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TABLE I. Designator of resistance values for resistance tolerances.
Designator for 0.1 percent tolerance
Resistance (ohms)
1A00 to 9A88
inclusive
10A0 to 98A8
inclusive
100A to 988A
inclusive
1B00 to 9B88
inclusive
10B0 to 98B8
inclusive
100B to 988B
inclusive
1C00 to 9C88
inclusive
10C0 to 22C0
inclusive
Designator for 1.0 percent tolerance
1.00
10.0
100
1,000
10,000
100,000
1,000,000
10,000,000
to
9.88
to
98.8
to
988
to
9,880
to
98,800
to
988,000
to
9,880,000
to
22,000,000
Resistance (ohms)
inclusive
inclusive
inclusive
inclusive
inclusive
inclusive
inclusive
inclusive
1D00 to 9D76
inclusive
10D0 to 97D6
inclusive
100D to 976D
inclusive
1E00 to 9E76
inclusive
10E0 to 97E6
inclusive
100E to 976E
inclusive
1F00 to 9F76
inclusive
10F0 to 22F0
inclusive
Designator for 5.0 percent tolerance
1.00
10.0
100
1,000
10,000
100,000
1,000,000
10,000,000
to
9.76
to
97.6
to
976
to
9,760
to
97,600
to
976,000
to
9,760,000
to
22,000,000
Resistance (ohms)
inclusive
inclusive
inclusive
inclusive
inclusive
inclusive
inclusive
inclusive
1J00
10J0
100J
1K00
10K0
100K
1L00
10L0
1.00
10.0
100
1,000
10,000
100,000
1,000,000
10,000,000
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
inclusive
inclusive
inclusive
inclusive
inclusive
inclusive
inclusive
inclusive
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
9J10
91J0
910J
9K10
91K1
910K
9L10
22L0
inclusive
inclusive
inclusive
inclusive
inclusive
inclusive
inclusive
inclusive
9.10
91.0
910
9,100
91,000
910,000
9,100,000
22,000,000
3.3.2 Resistance range. The resistance range shall be from 1 ohm to 22 megohms.
3.3.3 Resistance tolerance. The resistance tolerance for chip resistors shall be ±0.1 percent, ±1 percent, and ±5 percent in
accordance with MIL-PRF-55342 and table I herein.
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3.3.4 Power rating. The power rating for chip resistors shall be 0.50 watt at +70 C derated to zero power at +150 C
(see figure 2).
3.3.5 Voltage rating. The maximum continuous working voltage shall not exceed 75 volts.
3.3.6 Resistance temperature coefficient. The resistance temperature coefficient shall be in accordance with
MIL-PRF-55342 and not exceed the values specified in table II.
3.3.7 Termination. Termination material shall be in accordance with MIL-PRF-55342, code letter B.
3.3.8 Pure tin. The use of pure tin, as an underplate or final finish, is prohibited both internally and externally. Tin
content of resistor components and solder shall not exceed 97 percent, by mass. Tin shall be alloyed with a minimum of 3
percent lead, by mass (see 6.3).
3.3.9 DC resistance. When resistors are tested as specified in 4.6, the dc resistance shall be within the specified tolerance
of the nominal resistance.
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FIGURE 2. Derating curve.
TABLE II. Resistance temperature coefficient
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Characteristic
E and H
K and M
Resistance range
100Ω
1Ω
1Ω
thru
thru
thru
Resistance tolerance
1.5MΩ
10MΩ
22MΩ
0.1 percent
1.0 percent
1.0 and 5.0 percent
3.3.10 Thermal shock. When resistors are tested as specified in 4.7, there shall be no evidence of mechanical damage.
3.3.11 Power conditioning. When resistors are tested as specified in 4.8, there shall be no evidence of mechanical
damage. The change in resistance between initial and final measurements shall not exceed ± (0.5 percent ±0.01 ohm).
3.3.12 Solderability. When resistors are tested as specified in 4.9, they shall meet the criteria for surface mount leadless
components in the test method.
3.4 Marking. Marking of the individual chip resistors is not required; however, each unit package shall be marked in
accordance with MIL-STD-1285 and include the PIN as specified herein (see 1.2), the manufacturer's name or Commercial
and Government Entity (CAGE) code, and date lot codes.
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3.5 Recycled, recovered, environmentally preferable or biobased materials. Recycled, recovered, environmentally
preferable or biobased materials should be used to the maximum extent possible provided that the materials meet or
exceed the operational and maintenance requirements, and promote economically advantageous life cycle costs.
3.6 Manufacturer eligibility. To be eligible for listing as a approved source of supply, a manufacturer shall be listed on
the MIL-PRF-55342 Qualified Products List for at least one part, or perform the group A and group B inspections specified
herein on a sample agreed upon by the manufacturer and DLA Land and Maritime-VAT.
3.6.1 Certificate of compliance. A certificate of compliance shall be required from manufacturers requesting to be listed
as an approved source of supply.
3.7 Workmanship. Resistors shall be uniform in quality and free from any defects that will affect life, serviceability, or
appearance.
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4. VERIFICATION
4.1 Product assurance program. The product assurance program specified in MIL-PRF-55342 and maintained in
accordance with MIL-STD-790 is not applicable to this document.
4.2 Qualification inspection. Qualification inspection is not applicable to this document.
4.3 Product level qualification. The product level qualification specified in MIL-PRF-55342 is not applicable to this
document.
4.4 Conformance inspection.
4.4.1 Inspection of product for delivery. Inspection of product for delivery shall consist of the groups A and B inspections.
4.4.1.1 Group A inspection. Group A inspection shall consist of the inspections specified in table III, and shall be made on
the same set of sample units, in the order shown.
TABLE III. Group A inspection.
Inspection
Subgroup 1
DC resistance
Thermal shock
Power conditioning
DC resistance
Subgroup 2
Visual inspection
Subgroup 3
Solderability
Requirement
Method
Sampling procedure
3.3.9
3.3.10
3.3.11
3.3.9
4.6
4.7
4.8
4.6
3.2, 3.4, 3.7
4.5
13 samples, 0 failures
3.3.12
4.9
See 4.4.1.1.3
100 percent
4.4.1.1.1 Subgroup 1. Subgroup 1 tests shall be performed on a production lot basis on 100 percent of the product
supplied under this document. Resistors that are out of resistance tolerance, or which experience a change in resistance
greater than that permitted for the tests of this subgroup shall be removed from the lot. Lots having more than 5 percent total
rejects, due to exceeding the specified resistance change limit shall not be furnished on contracts.
4.4.1.1.2 Subgroup 2. Subgroup 2 tests shall be performed on an inspection lot basis. A sample of 13 parts shall be
randomly selected; if one or more defects are found, the lot shall be rescreened and defects removed. A new sample of 13
parts shall then be randomly selected. If one or more defects are found in this second sample, the lot shall be rejected and
shall not be supplied against the document.
4.4.1.1.3 Subgroup 3. Subgroup 3 tests shall be performed as specified in MIL-PRF-55342.
4.4.2 Group B inspection. Group B inspection shall be in accordance with MIL-PRF-55342.
4.4.2.1 Certification. The acquiring activity, at its discretion, may accept a certificate of compliance with group B
requirements in lieu of performing group B tests (see 6.2d).
4.5 Visual and mechanical examination. Resistors shall be examined to verify that the materials, design, construction,
physical dimensions, marking, and workmanship are in accordance with the applicable requirements of MIL-PRF-55342.
4.6 DC resistance. DC resistance shall be tested in accordance with MIL-PRF-55342.
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4.7 Thermal shock. Thermal shock shall be tested in accordance with MIL-PRF-55342.
4.8 Power conditioning. Resistors shall be tested in accordance with method 108 of MIL-STD-202. The following details
and exceptions shall apply:
a. Method of mounting: Chip resistor sample units shall be mounted on a test fixture.
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b. Test temperature: +70 C ±5 C.
c.
Operating conditions: Rated dc continuous working voltage or filtered full wave rectified ac voltage shall be
applied intermittently, 1.5 hours "on", and 0.5 hour "off", for the applicable number of hours and applicable test
temperature. "On time" shall be three quarters of the total elapsed time. During the "on" cycle, the voltage shall
be regulated and controlled to maintain ±5 percent of the rated continuous working voltage.
d. Duration: 100 hours ±4 hours.
e. Stabilization and final dc resistance measurement: Resistors shall be removed from chambers for a minimum
of 45 minutes and stabilized prior to final resistance measurement.
f.
Examination after test: Resistors shall be examined for evidence of mechanical damage.
4.9 Solderability. Solderability shall be tested in accordance with MIL-PRF-55342.
5. PACKAGING
5.1 Packaging. For acquisition purposes, the packaging requirements shall be as specified in the contract or order
(see 6.2). When packaging of materiel is to be performed by DoD or in-house contractor personnel, these personnel need
to contact the responsible packaging activity to ascertain packaging requirements. Packaging requirements are
maintained by the Inventory Control Point's packaging activity within the Military Department or Defense Agency, or within
the military service’s system commands. Packaging data retrieval is available from the managing Military Department's or
Defense Agency's automated packaging files, CD-ROM products, or by contacting the responsible packaging activity.
6. NOTES
(This section contains information of a general or explanatory nature, which may be helpful, but is not mandatory.)
6.1 Intended use. Chip resistors are intended for use in thick or thin film circuits where microcircuitry is intended. Resistors
are also for use in surface mount applications.
6.2 Ordering data. The contract or purchase order should specify the following:
a. Complete PIN (see 1.2).
b. Requirements for delivery: One copy of the conformance inspection data or certificate of compliance that parts
have passed conformance inspection with each shipment of parts by the manufacturer.
c.
Requirements for packaging and packing.
d. Whether the manufacturer performs the group B tests or provides certification of compliance with group B
requirements (see 4.4.2.1).
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6.3 Tin whisker growth. The use of alloys with tin content greater than 97 percent, by mass, may exhibit tin whisker
growth problems after manufacture. Tin whiskers may occur anytime from a day to years after manufacture and can
develop under typical operating conditions, on products that use such materials. Conformal coatings applied over top of a
whisker-prone surface will not prevent the formation of tin whiskers. Alloys of 3 percent lead, by mass, have shown to
inhibit the growth of tin whiskers. For additional information on this matter, refer to ASTM-B545 (Standard Specification
for Electrodeposited Coatings of Tin).
6.4 PIN supersession. PIN’s of revision C of this document have been superseded by a new PIN in revision D that
includes a combination resistance value and resistance tolerance in accordance with MIL-PRF-55342 and herein.
6.5 Electrostatic charge. Under several combinations, these resistors can be electrically damaged, by electrostatic
charges, and drift from specified value. Users should be considered this phenomena when ordering or shipping resistors.
Direct shipment to the Government is controlled by MIL-DTL-39032 which specifies a preventive packaging procedure.
6.6 Pulse applications. Designers are CAUTIONED on using the above resistors in high power pulse applications.
Since they have not been qualified nor tested for such applications, damage and premature failure are possible. These
resistors only see a one time pulse (Short-time overload) as part of the group B inspection of MIL-PRF-55342.
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6.7 User of record. Coordination of this document for future revisions is coordinated only with the approved source of
supply and the users of record of this document. Requests to be added as a recorded user of this drawing may be
achieved online at [email protected] or in writing to: DLA Land and Maritime, ATTN: VAT, Post Office Box 3990,
Columbus, OH 43218-3990 or by telephone (614) 692-0552 or DSN 850-0552.
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6.8 Approved source of supply. Approved source of supply is listed herein. Additional sources will be added as they
become available. Assistance in the use of this drawing may be obtained online at [email protected] or contact
DLA Land and Maritime, ATTN: VAT, Post Office Box 3990, Columbus, OH 43218-3990 or by telephone (614) 692-0552
or DSN 850-0552.
DLA Land and Maritime drawing PIN
88033-*****
Resistance
Tolerance
Characteristic
Range
(in percent)
1.0
K and M
1Ω to 21.5MΩ
(see 3.3.6)
5.0
K and M
1Ω to
22 MΩ
(see 3.3.6)
E, H, K
and M
K
1Ω
to
10MΩ
As specified
(see 3.3.6)
0.1, 1.0
and 5.0
5.62Ω
to
22MΩ
1.0, 2.0, 5.0
and 10
1Ω
to
5.6Ω
2.0, 5.0 and
10
22 MΩ
1.0, 2.0, 5.0
and 10
Vendor similar
Designation or type
Number 1/
to
Vendor name
and address
WA90PG-XXXXF-NS62P
WA90PG-XXXXF-NS62X
WA90SM-XXXXF-NS62
50316
MINI-SYSTEMS, INC.
20 David Road
N. Attleboro, MA 02761-0069
H1010CPX******* (DEC033)
H1010CA******B (DEC033)
56235
State of the Art, Inc.
2470 Foxhill Road
State College, PA 16803-1797
Vishay Dale Electronics, Inc.
rd
1122 23 Street
Post Office Box 609
Columbus, NE 68602-0609
RCWP-1100-98
2799A
Plant:
PO Box 2317
Emek-Sara “B” Industrial Park
Be’er Sheva 84874, Israel
M
5.62Ω
Vendor
CAGE
1/ Parts must be purchased to the DLA Land and Maritime PIN to assure that all performance requirements and
tests are met.
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