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New KRL series – High power ‘I’ sensing

The KRL range of resistors utilises metal foil technology in order to achieve greater current and power handling capabilities. The low ohmic resistance values available and very stable temperature coefficients make them ideal for current sensing applications.

The KRL series is available in several variations with regards to the terminations and options:

  • Short sided terminals (Both Low EMF or higher temperature options available)
  • Long sided terminals (Both Low EMF or higher temperature options available)
  • 4 terminal type with separate voltage terminals for precise voltage measurement. (Low EMF option only).

For further details on the various KRL variations available, please click here.

Contact us for more information @ sales@rhopointcomponents.com , call us on 01342 330470 or visit our website www.rhopointcomponents.com

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