MCKNP05SJ0270AA9 - 

Through Hole Resistor, 27 ohm, MCKNP Series, 5 W, ± 5%, Axial Leaded

MCKNP05SJ0270AA9 - Through Hole Resistor, 27 ohm, MCKNP Series, 5 W, ± 5%, Axial Leaded

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MCKNP Series
± 5%
Axial Leaded
± 300ppm/°C
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The MCKNP series is a Wire-wound Resistor with a rod type ceramic body and tin-plated iron surface steel end cap. This MCKNP series through hole fixed resistor features annealed copper coated with tin lead wire, insulated and non-flame paint coating. This resistor can be joined by welding. No evidence of flaming or arcing. The terminal leads shall be bent through 90° at a point of about 6mm from the body of the resistor and shall be rotated through 360° about the original axis of the bent terminal in alternating direction for a total of 3 rotations.
  • Non-inductive type
  • Excellent flame resistance
  • 70°C Ambient temperature
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