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Part RoHS Manufacturer Resistor Type Mounting Type Resistance Rated Power Dissipation (P) Maximum Operating Temperature Tolerance Spacing (Lead) Element Power Dissipation Rated Temperature No. of Functions Technology Shape (Package) No. of Elements Construction Packing Method Size Code Network Type Temperature Coef Tracking No. of Terminals Package Style (Meter) Terminal Shape Sub-Category Dimensions First Element Resistance Minimum Operating Temperature Temperature Coef (ppm/Cel) Terminal Finish Second or Last Element Resistance Length (Lead) Height (Package) Manufacturer Series Operating Voltage Additional Features Length (Package) JESD-609 Code Series Reference Standard Width (Package)


Murata Manufacturing


2700 ohm

1.125 W

125 Cel

2 %

2.54 mm

Low Profile





Array/Network Resistors

-55 Cel


3.5 mm

5 mm


100 V

25.3 mm


2.5 mm

Resistor Networks & Arrays

Resistor networks and arrays are electronic components that are designed to combine multiple resistors into a single package. These components are commonly used in various electronic circuits and applications where multiple resistors are required in a small space. Resistor networks and arrays come in different configurations and types, including isolated and non-isolated networks, bussed and isolated bussed arrays, thick and thin film technologies, and more.

Isolated resistor networks and arrays consist of several isolated resistors that are enclosed in a single package. They are used in applications where separate biasing and matching of each resistor is required. Non-isolated resistor networks and arrays consist of resistors that share a common connection, and they are used in applications where multiple resistors are required for biasing or filtering.

Bussed resistor arrays are designed with a common connection between the resistors in a single package, which simplifies the wiring process and reduces the overall size of the circuit. Isolated bussed resistor arrays, on the other hand, offer the benefits of a bussed resistor array, but with the added isolation of the resistors from each other, which can be beneficial in certain applications.

Thick film resistor networks and arrays are made of a ceramic substrate on which a resistive film is deposited. Thin film resistor networks and arrays, on the other hand, are made by depositing a thin film of metal or metal oxide on a ceramic substrate. These technologies offer different performance characteristics, such as power handling, temperature coefficient, and noise performance.