50W 100 Ohm Wire Wound Resistor is a passive electrical device that controls the current flow. The resistive element is an insulated metallic wire wound around a non-conductive substance core. The high-resistivity wire material typically comprises nickel-chromium (Nichrome), a copper-nickel-manganese alloy. Glass, plastic, and ceramic are typical core materials.
- It's used in Circuit breaker fuses to make the fusible resistor
- Battery-testing equipment.
- X-ray equipment Flowmeters.
- Power supplies Medical Equipment.
- Transducers Instrumentation.
- Lighting controls.
- Machine tools.
|Lead Terminal Size||6mm *0.6mm|