Wire-wound resistor RXB23 series
with mounting bracketflame-retardantoval

wire-wound resistor
wire-wound resistor
wire-wound resistor
wire-wound resistor
wire-wound resistor
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with mounting bracket
Other characteristics
flame-retardant, oval, molded structure

Min.: 0.1 Ohm

Max.: 100,000 Ohm

Power rating

Min.: 30 W (0.041 hp)

Max.: 300 W (0.408 hp)


The RXB23 series resistors are are suitable for compact mounting cooled by forced air. All types can be supplied with live terminals for mounting directly on current rails and can be supplied for directly mounting on PC Boards. They are available as normal wound or low inductance wound in round or oval types. All types are stable to DC Voltage. Key Features: 1.Compact shape and complete molded structure 2.high pulse-load(10 x in 5s) and high vibration capabilities 3.Normal or non-inductive winding 4.high precision with tolerance 0.5%,1%3%,5% and 10% optional 5.wide working voltage range from 360V~3400V Characteristics: 1.Rated power: 30KW to 300W, based on 25°C free air rating( to 800W on request) 2.Resistance values: from 0.1Ω to as high as 100 KΩ( to 500 KΩ on request) 3.Temperature Coefficients:25,50 ,100 and 400ppm/°C or as required 4.Operating Temperature:-55°C to +110°C 5.Insulation Resistance: >1000MΩ (500V 25°C 75% relative humidity) 6.Dielectric strength: >3.0KV 50Hz 1min(25°C 75% relative humidity) 7.IP protection: IP00, IP20,or as required 8.Max surface temperature: 350°C 9.Connection: solder, AMP, Screw, Cables 10.Climate: IEC 68-2-3 56 days at 40°C and 93 % (Vitr. En.) Application: 1.capacitor charging & discharging, 2.balancing resistor, crowbar or mounting on PCBs 3.filter,electrical machinery general use, available through distribution 4.light-duty braking of inverter and any other medium-wattage load applications.


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