Non-Inductive Wire Wound Resistors
Used in Inductance Sensitive Circuits
A special technique of dual-opposing winding with adequate interlayer insulation can result in self inductance of a resistor being greatly reduced. This method known as the Aryton-Perry winding can bring down the inductance value to as low as 10% of the original value (had it been wound normally). In circuits which are sensitive to inductance which is inherently present in wire wound resistors, this series offers customers as low an inductance as possible. Such a feature is made available in wattage ratings upwards of 10 watts. Appropriate mounting hardwares can also be supplied for this range.
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