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Thermally Protected Resistor (TPR)
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  • TPR3 series×
TPR3 series

Power Type (P): 3 W

Rated Resistance (R): 0.27 ~ 800 Ω

Resistance Tolerance: 5%

Rated Functioning Temp. (Tf): 115 / 125 / 130 / 135 / 145 / 150 / 221 °C


Manufacturer

Xiamen SET Electronics Co., Ltd.

Features

● (20.5 × 11.5 × 7.0) mm

● Over Temp. Protection

● Small Fault Current Protection

● Short Circuit Protection

● Inrush Current Protection

● RoHS Compliant

Mounting Style

Through Hole

Applications

● Switch Mode Power Supplies (SMPS)

● Adapters

● Home Appliances and Office Appliances

    (TV, Washer, Fridge, Printer, etc.)

Technology Applications Markets Applications

Quality Assurance

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For product quality, our goal is to be industry-leading. We ensure that the quality of the product meets the expected goals from the following process.

 

Quality Policy.

Qualified Supplier of Raw Materials.

IQC (AQL, Dimension, Function, Visual Inspection, RoHS & REACH Test).

Process, Online Inspection and Testing (Function 100% Test).

IPQC (AQL, Dimension, Function, Visual Inspection).

FQC (AQL, Dimension, Function, Visual Inspection, RoHS & REACH Test).

Reliability Test (AQL).

OQC (Packaging, Labeling, Quantity Inspection).

Quality Management System (TUV Approved and issued certificate).

Brand

SETsafe | SETfuse


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Overview

Thermally Protected Resistor (TPR) is an unique type of Power Resistor, with Over Temp. and Over Current Protections. Thermally Protected Resistor (TPR) is a type of power resistor, where Alloy Thermal-Link (ATCO) and Fusible Wirewound Resistor (RXF) are in series encapsulated in a ceramic case with silicone cement.

 

SETsafe | SETfuse TPR has the same physical size as ordinary ceramic resistor while additionally providing fault current protection. TPR can also effectively protect against the damages to devices & equipment, caused by continuous heat dissipations by ceramic resistors due to fault currents.

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TPR-3 series