Thin-film Resistor Networks

Providing design engineers with a variety of substrate materials to suit specific applications and requirements, TT electronics BI Technologies offers its thin film
resistor networks on both silicon and ceramic substrates. The S Series precision resistor networks are constructed using a silicon substrate, while the Model 660 precision thin film networks use a ceramic substrate.

Both families of thin-film networks feature isolated and bussed circuits along with a unique passivation coating to eliminate moisture concerns. Ceramic substrates feature superior electrical properties and long-term stability. Silicon substrates have more packaging options and a finer line width capability. Additional benefits for ceramic substrates include low electrical parasitic losses, low NRE/NRT costs and small minimum order quantities. The silicon substrates feature a lower cost in high order quantities.
Applications for the thin-film resistor networks include instrumentation amplifiers, precision voltage dividers, precision analog circuits, measurement bridge and low noise circuitry, ladder networks and converter applications. BI Technologies Las Vegas, NV,


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