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RF resitors 5 watt

RF resitors 5 watt

RF resitors 5 watt

(OP)
Can anyone help me with a source for in stock RF surface mount resistors, 5 watt, 50 ohm, up to about 4 Ghz, although 2 Ghz max may be ok too.

I found one at Florida RF Labs, called them to order, they sent me thru a rep RFMW and it takes 4 weeks (2/16 to 3/13)total to get stuff that's IN STOCK! I say .....grrrr!

I've found 2 watt versions that are made to order in 5 weeks at another company, but I'd appreciate a source of in stock hardware,


Thanks,
Kevin

RE: RF resitors 5 watt

Bourns is another source of RF power resistors.  It looks like Mouser has some stock of the CHF3020 (4 GHz, 10 W) and the CHF2010 (2 GHz, 10 W).

Peter

RE: RF resitors 5 watt

(OP)
Thanks to all,
I ordered some from Bourn but was then asked to find some with simple solder tabs that aren't too thick for our layout. Bourn thru Mouser distributor had them in stock, now I need to search for some smaller profile ones with a tab.

Kevin

RE: RF resitors 5 watt

(OP)
Best results for what we needed was ordered from Richardson electronics, they sell Anaren resistor parts, got the parts in two days.
thanks to all for the help!

Kevin

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