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New Yorker Electronics Features Vishay Thick/Thin Film Mission-Critical Resistors
High Reliability Resistors are Designed for Military, Avionics and Space Markets
Key applications for the Mil-Spec Thin Film Resistors include missile and air flight controls, communication systems, ground support RADAR, guidance and navigation controls. They are designed with wraparound termination featuring a firm adhesion layer covered with an electroplated nickel barrier layer for up to 150°C operating conditions. Other features include its precision tolerances to ±0.1%, surpassing outgassing requirements of ASTM-E595, TCR to ±25ppm/°C and 100% power conditioning.
Vishay Dale's Thick Film Chip Resistors are MIL-PRF-55342 qualified and similarly provide established reliability for use in the military and aerospace industry. The resistors fully conform to the requirement of MIL-PRF-55342 and have a verified failure rate at M, P, R, S and T levels. They are 100% Group A screening per MIL-PRF-55342 and fully conform to the requirements of MIL-PRF-55342. They have an operating temperature range of -55°C to +150°C and a tin/lead wraparound over nickel barrier termination.
Every component Vishay provides to the military and aerospace markets is backed by the comprehensive testing and failure analysis capabilities of experts in meeting the requirements of the military environment. New Yorker Electronics is a franchise distributor for Vishay and carries the full line of Vishay Super 12 Featured Products as well as its discrete semiconductors (diodes, MOSFETs and infrared optoelectronics)
New Yorker Electronics is an AS9120B and ISO 9001:2015 certified source of capacitors, resistors, semi-conductors, connectors, filters, inductors and more, and operates entirely at heightened military and aerospace performance levels. It also functions in strict accordance with AS5553 and AS6496 standards — verifying that it has implemented industry standards into everyday practices to thwart the proliferation of counterfeit parts.
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