阻值範圍: 1 OHM - 1K OHM
Fusible metal film resistor performs two functions at one time. It functions as a resistor in normal condition and changes into a fus when abnormal current passes through so as to protect the other component parts on the P.C. board.
Fusible Metal Film Resistor's PDF file
E.G：FR TAPING RESISTOR DATA SHEET 2015_CP WIRE
This FR standard specification is for use in consumer electronics, computer, telecommunications, control instruments, etc.
It is composed of Product Code, Power Rating, Nominal Resistance Value, Tolerance and Packing.
B.1 Make Up :
B.2 Explanation :
Part Number Description
FR100 470R J TB Fusible metal film resistor , 1W , 470Ω, +/-5%, tape in box,
Lead Wire diameter: d=0.60mm, Taping width=52mm.
* Nominal Resistance Value: E-24 Value Series
C.1 Rated power is the value of the maximum load voltage specified at the ambient temperature of 70℃.
When the ambient temperature surpasses 70℃, the resistance value declines gradually as per the following DERATING CURVE.
C.2 Rated Voltage: -40 70 155 Ambient Temperature ( ℃ )
It is calculated under the following formula:
E= √ P(rated power) ● R (resistance value)
E: rated voltage (V)
Apply 4 times of the rated working voltage onto the resistor for 5 minutes continuously, no observation of flame.
C.4 Operating Temperature Range: -40℃~ +155℃
E.1 Terminal :
Terminal is to be firmly connected with the resistor body, both electrically and mechanically, and allow easy soldering.
Coating is overcoat the resistor body with light grey non-flammable paint.
Markings are to be shown on the resistor body by color coding.
1st, 2nd and 3rd color codes : nominal resistance value.
4th color code : resistance tolerance-J (±5%) - gold color.
5th color code : fusing characteristics
green color -8 times
blue color -12 times
white color -16 times(standard)
violet color -32 times
All measurements are taken under the standard testing condition at the ambient temperature of 25℃ ±2℃ and the relative humidity of 65% ±5%.
1 Resistance Value
It is measured by bridge-method with the applied voltage not exceeding 1/10 of the rated voltage for 5 seconds; the allowable tolerance of all the resistance values within the E24 series is indicated as follows:
Tolerance Code J
Actual Tolerance ±5%
2 Temperature Coefficient:
Take down the resistance value at the ambient temperature (25℃) and the value after the test taken at the temperature of higher than 100℃ for about 30-40 minutes, the readings will be used with the following formula to get the T.C. of ±350 PPM/℃.
T.C(PPM/℃) =(R - R0) / R0 × 1/(T - T0)
where T0 : ambient temperature of 25℃
T : test temperature of about 125℃ R
0: resistance value at ambient temperature of 25℃
R : resistance value at test temperature of 125℃
3 Short Time Over Load:
To apply an additional 1.5 times of the rated voltage power on the tested resistor, if the voltage surpasses the maximum working voltage, follow the maximum working voltage. After 5 seconds, remove the voltage and place the resistors to the normal condition for 30 minutes, take the reading of the resistance values between pre-and-post test, by using the following formula, the resistance change rate shall be within the range of ±(2.5%R+0.05).
Resistance change rate %= (R-R0)/R0 × 100
where R0=Resistance value before test
R =Resistance value after test
4 Temperature Cycle:
Following the following 4-step temperature cycles for 5 times, there should have no mechanical damage on the resistor body, the resistance value change rate between pre-and-post test shall be within the range of ± (2.0%R+0.05).
5 Moisture-proof Load Life:
The resistors are put into a constant temperature/ humidity oven where the temperature is 40±2℃ and the relative humidity is 90~95% with the related voltage (not exceeding the maximum working voltage) for 90 minutes and then draw the resistors back to the normal room temperature for 30 minutes-take this as a test cycle. Repeat this test cycle for 500 or 1,000 hours. Leave the tested pieces back to a room temperature for about 60 minutes after the test cycle, take the readings of the resistance value change between pre-and post-test, the change rate is about ±(5.0%R±0.05).
6 Solder Heat Resistance:
95% of the circumference of the two lead wire terminals (about 4.0mm±0.8mm off the resistor body ) is to be dipped into a solder pot with melted solder of 350℃±5℃ for 10 ±1 seconds.Thereafter, put the resistors back to normal temperature for 3 hours. Take the reading of the resistance value change rate between pre-and-post test which is about ± (2.0%R+0.05).
7 Load Life:
Leave the resistors on a test stand and put all the samples inside a constant temperature oven of 70℃± 2℃, be sure there is no temperature interference on the resistors in the oven, apply D.C. rated voltage (not exceeding the maximum working voltage) for 90 minutes, off power 30 minutes-take this as a test cycle. Repeat this test cycle for 1,000 hours and then leave the tested pieces back to a normal room temperature for an hour for cooling. Take the reading of the resistance value change rate between pre-and-post test which shall be within the range of ± (5%R+0.15).
8 Fusing characteristics and definition
8.1. The power rating is 1W, the resistance value is 470, apply 16 times of the rated power on the resistor, the sample piece will be fused within 60 seconds. The fusing voltage calculation is as follows:
E=√ P ● R ● 16 times
8.2 Fusing definition: The value of the tested piece becomes magnitude or 100 times or above of the resistance value.
8.3 The fusing characteristics will differ from the standard conditions on any values under 470. Quality representative samples will be submitted for approval prior to production.
1 Terminal tensile:
Fix one end of the terminal firmly, apply a static load of 2.5kgs. (under 1W - 1kg) onto the other terminal for 5 seconds. No observation of any damage or breakage on the terminal.
2 Terminal bend:
Fix one end of the terminal firmly, turn the other terminal of 90 rotation and repeat the same test in a reverse direction. No observation of any damage or breakage on the terminal.
3 Twist withstand:
To bend the terminal at the point of about 6mm from the resistor body to 90 then catch the terminal at 0.8mm apart from the bent point end and turn it (clockwise) by 360 degrees perpendicular to the resistor axis at a speed of some 5 seconds per turn, and do the same counterclockwise again which constitutes a whole turn. Repeat the turn for 3 times. No observation of any damage or breakage on the terminal.
Dip the terminal into a clean solder pot containing flux at room temperature for 5 seconds, the circumference is about 95% of the length of the terminal. The flux is diluted with 25% of IPA. The ratio of the melted solder in the solder pot is tin (100%). During the tin melting process, stir the solder pot well to maintain a constant temperature of 260℃±5℃. The dipping of the terminal in the solder pot is at the speed of 25 mm/second for 5 seconds. If the terminal still wears any flux after soldering which is to be cleaned with IPA and dry up with a towel.