Looking for a 2W 1 ohm fusible resistor
drlegendre at gmail.com
Thu Mar 3 20:27:54 CST 2016
Have you looked at the various flameproof resistor offerings? Flameproof
types are frequently used as a fusible element - it's by virtue of the fact
that they abruptly go open-circuit under overload, that they fail to reach
smoke / ignition temperature.
Check some datsheets and see what kind of specs they publish for that
service.. might be an ideal way to go.
On Thu, Mar 3, 2016 at 11:10 AM, Jon Elson <elson at pico-systems.com> wrote:
> On 03/03/2016 07:03 AM, tony duell wrote:
>> No, sorry, but Farnell do:
>>> The original resistor (as mentioned in the Subject: line) was one of
>> those safety fusible
>> resistors. AFAIK none of the ones that Farnell stock are.
>> It appears Digikey do them, but only to special order with a large
>> minimum order quantity
>> Also check Mouser. I don't know about 1W, but I use a 10W Ohmite fusible
> (or at least flame-proof) resistor.
> That is the 40J25RE, and I get them from Digi-Key.
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