BCcomponents DATA SHEET 5063JD series (space miser) 0.25 to 0.40 W; 1% and 5% Metal film resistors Product specification File under BCcomponents, BC08 2000 Aug 08 BCcomponents Product specification 5063JD series (space miser) 0.25 to 0.40 W; 1% and 5% Metal film resistors DESCRIPTION A homogeneous film of metal alloy is deposited on a high grade BALOX ceramic body. After a helical groove has been cut in the resistive layer, tinned connecting wires of electrolytic copper are welded to the end-caps. The resistors are coated with a blue lacquer which provides electrical, mechanical, and climatic protection. The encapsulation is resistant to all cleaning solvents in accordance with “MIL-STD-202E, method 215”, and “IEC 60068-2-45”. QUICK REFERENCE DATA DESCRIPTION VALUE 0.22 Ω to 10 MΩ; see Table 1 Resistance range ±5%, (E24); ±1%, (E24/E96) Resistance tolerance and series ±100 × 10−6/K Temperature coefficient Operation mode Climatic category (LCT/UCT/days) normal long term 55/155/56 55/125/56 0.40 W Max. dissipation, P70 0.25 W 200 °C/W Thermal resistance, Rth Max. continuous operating voltage, Umax 200 V (DC or RMS) Noise R ≤ 1 MΩ max. 0.1 V/V 155 °C 125 °C −55 °C to +155 °C −55 °C to +125 °C 1000 h 0.50% 0.25% 8000 h 1.0% 0.50% − 1.5% Surface temperature Operating temperature range Max. resistance change at P70 for resistance range, ∆R/R max., after: 225000 h Permissible voltage against ambient: 1 minute 300 V continuous 75 V Stability (∆R/R max.) after: ±0.50% + 0.05 Ω load (1000 hours) ±0.25% + 0.05 Ω climatic test ±1.0% + 0.05 Ω resistance to soldering heat ±0.25% + 0.05 Ω short time overload (400 V max.) ±0.25% + 0.05 Ω 2000 Aug 08 2 BCcomponents Product specification 5063JD series (space miser) 0.25 to 0.40 W; 1% and 5% Metal film resistors ORDERING INFORMATION Table 1 Ordering code indicating resistor type and packaging TC ( × 10−6/K) TYPE ±100 5063JD TOL. (%) RESISTANCE RANGE SPQ (units) − jumper(1) 5063JD0R000J12AFS 5000; tape & reel − jumper(1) 5063JD0R000J18AFS 5000; ammopack ±5 0.22 to 0.91 Ω 5063JDxxxxxJ12AFS 5000; tape & reel ±5 0.22 to 0.91 Ω 5063JDxxxxxJ18AFS 5000; ammopack ±1 1 Ω to 10 MΩ 5063JDxxxxxF12AF5 5000; tape & reel ±1 1 Ω to 10 MΩ 5063JDxxxxxF18AF5 5000; ammopack PART NUMBER Note 1. A 0 Ω jumper is available with a maximum resistance Rmax ≤ 10 mΩ at 3 A. Composition of the clear text code (NAFTA P/N) ORDERING EXAMPLE: CLEAR TEXT CODE • The resistors have an ordering code starting with 50 The ordering code of a 5063JD resistor, value 5600 Ω ±1%, taped on a bandolier of 5000 units in tape on reel is: 5063JD5K600F12AF5. • The subsequent digits indicate the resistor type, temperature coefficient, ohmic value, tolerance and packaging; see Table 1 • The ohmic value is represented by 5-digits; see Table 2 • For temperature coefficient and tolerance, see Table 3. Table 2 Examples of the ohmic value OHMIC VALUE Table 3 5-DIGIT VALUE 0.22 Ω 0R220 1Ω 1R000 10 Ω 10R00 100 Ω 100R0 1 kΩ 1K000 10 kΩ 10K00 100 kΩ 100K0 1 MΩ 1M000 Letter coding for temperature coefficient and tolerance LETTER CODE TOL. (%) 100 D ±5 J − − ±1 F TC (×10−6/K) 2000 Aug 08 LETTER CODE 3 BCcomponents Product specification 5063JD series (space miser) 0.25 to 0.40 W; 1% and 5% Metal film resistors FUNCTIONAL DESCRIPTION Product characterization Standard values of nominal resistance are taken from the E24 or E96 series for resistors with a tolerance of ±5% or ±1%. The values of the E24 series are in accordance with “IEC publication 60063”. Pmax (%Prated ) JW36 0.4 Limiting values 0.2 TYPE LIMITING VOLTAGE(1) (V) LIMITING POWER (W) 200 0.40 5063JD 0 40 60 80 100 120 140 160 o Tamb ( C) Note Fig.2 Derating curve, long term operation. 1. The maximum voltage that may be continuously applied to the resistor element, see “IEC publication 60115-1”. NOISE The current noise is measured in accordance with “DIN 44049 Part 1 and IEC 600195”. Maximum values are for 99.8% of all resistors; see Fig 3. DERATING The power that the resistor can dissipate depends on the operating temperature; see Figs 1 and 2. JW39 Pmax (%Prated ) noise level 3.0 µV 2.0 V JW35 0.4 1.0 0.5 0.2 0.2 0.05 10 k 0 40 60 80 100 120 1M Fig.3 Current noise. Fig.1 Derating curve, normal operation. 2000 Aug 08 200 k 140 155 o Tamb ( C) 4 10 M 20 M R (Ω) BCcomponents Product specification 5063JD series (space miser) 0.25 to 0.40 W; 1% and 5% Metal film resistors Pulse-load behaviour JW37 10 3 ^ P max (W) 10 2 single pulse rep. pulse 10 t p /t i = 1000 1 10 1 10 6 10 5 Fig.4 10 4 10 3 10 2 10 1 1 t i (s) ˆ Pulse on a regular basis; maximum permissible peak pulse power ( P max) as a function of pulse duration (ti). JW38 1200 Vmax (V) 800 400 0 10 6 10 5 Fig.5 2000 Aug 08 10 4 10 3 10 2 10 1 Pulse on a regular basis; maximum permissible peak pulse voltage ( Vˆ max) as a function of pulse duration (ti). 5 t i (s) 1 BCcomponents Product specification 5063JD series (space miser) 0.25 to 0.40 W; 1% and 5% Metal film resistors Definition of symbols (see Figs 4, 5, 6 and 7) SYMBOL ˆ P PULSE SHAPES Figure 6 shows the maximum pulse-load for a rectangular ˆ2 ti ⋅ V pulse shape: P = -------------tp ⋅ R DESCRIPTION applied peak pulse power ˆ P max maximum permissible peak pulse power; see Fig.4 Vˆ i applied peak pulse voltage; see Fig 6 ˆ V max maximum permissible peak pulse voltage; see Fig.5 V(t) pulse voltage R nominal resistance value PU rated dissipation at ambient temperature Rnom nominal resistance value ti pulse duration (rectangular pulses) tp pulse repetition time Other pulses should be converted into rectangular pulse shapes (see Fig.7), having the same energy at a given peak voltage. The following equation shows the calculation for exponential pulses: ˆ τe V2 L P = ------------ ⋅ ------ with τ e = R ⋅ C or τ e = ---2 ⋅ tp R R MGA206 V Pulses tp The permissible pulse-load is determined by the resistance change as given for the endurance test after 8000 hours. ti Vi PULSE VOLTAGE LIMIT ˆ The maximum permissible impulse voltage V max is the voltage pulse short overload depending on the impulse time ti. High ohmic values are protected by the interdependence of voltage limit and impulse time. this function is given by 2.5 ⋅ V max ˆ the equation: V max = -------------------------- + V max 1 + ti ⋅ K t Fig.6 Rectangular pulses. Vmax = maximum permissible continuous voltage; ti = pulse time; K = 100 s−1. MGA207 MAXIMUM PULSE-LOAD V tp The average load P must not exceed the rated dissipation. For resistance values above the critical resistance the rated dissipation is given by the resistance value and the limiting 1 t2 2 element voltage Vmax: P = --------- ∫t1 U ( t ) dt ≤ P υ tp R CONTINUOUS AND SINGLE PULSE-LOAD τ There is a difference between repetitive pulse-load ti P = --- ⋅ P with P = power at the pulse time t i or tp Fig.7 Exponential pulses. single pulse load (e.g. switching events P > 0 ). A higher pulse-load Pmax is accepted in the latter case. 2000 Aug 08 6 t BCcomponents Product specification 5063JD series (space miser) 0.25 to 0.40 W; 1% and 5% Metal film resistors MECHANICAL DATA L2 Mass per 100 units 13 g ∅d Marking JW34 The nominal resistance and tolerance are marked on the resistor using four or five coloured bands in accordance with IEC publication 60062 “Colour codes for fixed resistors”. ∅D L1 For dimensions see Table 4. Mounting The resistors are suitable for processing on automatic insertion equipment in addition to cutting and bending machines.The minimum bending is 5 mm (.200 inch). Fig.8 Outline. Table 4 Outlines The length of the body (L1) is measured by inserting the leads into holes of two identical gauge plates and moving these plates parallel to each other until the resistor body is clamped without deformation (“IEC publication 60294”). TYPE Resistor type and physical dimensions; see Fig.8 ∅D MAX. (mm) L1 MAX. (mm) L2 MAX. (mm) ∅d (mm) .142 1.14 .020 3.6 29 0.5 Dimensions in inches 5063JD 0.063 Dimensions in millimetres 5063JD 2000 Aug 08 7 1.6

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