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Product specification
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2000 Aug 08
BCcomponents
5063JD series (space miser)
0.25 to 0.40 W; 1% and 5%
Metal film resistors
2000 Aug 08
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BCcomponents
Product specification
Metal film resistors
5063JD series (space miser)
0.25 to 0.40 W; 1% and 5%
DESCRIPTION
A homogeneous film of metal alloy is deposited on a high grade BALOX ceramic body. After a helical groove has been cut
in the resistive layer, tinned connecting wires of electrolytic copper are welded to the endcaps. The resistors are coated
with a blue lacquer which provides electrical, mechanical, and climatic protection. The encapsulation is resistant to all
cleaning solvents in accordance with "MILSTD202E, method 215", and "IEC 60068245".
QUICK REFERENCE DATA
DESCRIPTION
VALUE
Resistance range
0.22
to 10 M; see Table 1
Resistance tolerance and series
5%, (E24); 1%, (E24/E96)
Temperature coefficient
100 10
6
/K
Operation mode
normal
long term
Climatic category (LCT/UCT/days)
55/155/56
55/125/56
Max. dissipation, P
70
0.40 W
0.25 W
Thermal resistance, R
th
200
C/W
Max. continuous operating voltage, U
max
200 V (DC or RMS)
Noise R
1 M
max. 0.1 V/V
Surface temperature
155
C
125
C
Operating temperature range
55 C to +155 C
55 C to +125 C
Max. resistance change at P
70
for resistance range,
R/R max., after:
1000 h
0.50%
0.25%
8000 h
1.0%
0.50%
225000 h

1.5%
Permissible voltage against ambient:
1 minute
300 V
continuous
75 V
Stability (
R/R max.) after:
load (1000 hours)
0.50% + 0.05
0.25% + 0.05
climatic test
1.0% + 0.05
resistance to soldering heat
0.25% + 0.05
short time overload (400 V max.)
0.25% + 0.05
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Product specification
Metal film resistors
5063JD series (space miser)
0.25 to 0.40 W; 1% and 5%
ORDERING INFORMATION
Table 1
Ordering code indicating resistor type and packaging
Note
1. A 0
jumper is available with a maximum resistance R
max
10 m at 3 A.
TYPE
TC
(
10
6
/K)
TOL.
(%)
RESISTANCE RANGE
PART NUMBER
SPQ
(units)
5063JD
100

jumper
(1)
5063JD0R000J12AFS
5000; tape & reel

jumper
(1)
5063JD0R000J18AFS
5000; ammopack
5
0.22 to 0.91
5063JDxxxxxJ12AFS
5000; tape & reel
5
0.22 to 0.91
5063JDxxxxxJ18AFS
5000; ammopack
1
1
to 10 M
5063JDxxxxxF12AF5
5000; tape & reel
1
1
to 10 M
5063JDxxxxxF18AF5
5000; ammopack
Composition of the clear text code (NAFTA P/N)
The resistors have an ordering code starting with 50
The subsequent digits indicate the resistor type,
temperature coefficient, ohmic value, tolerance and
packaging; see Table
1
The ohmic value is represented by 5digits; see Table 2
For temperature coefficient and tolerance, see Table 3.
Table 2
Examples of the ohmic value
Table 3
Letter coding for temperature coefficient and
tolerance
OHMIC
VALUE
5DIGIT
VALUE
0.22
0R220
1
1R000
10
10R00
100
100R0
1 k
1K000
10 k
10K00
100 k
100K0
1 M
1M000
TC
(
10
6
/K)
LETTER
CODE
TOL.
(%)
LETTER
CODE
100
D
5
J


1
F
O
RDERING
EXAMPLE
:
CLEAR
TEXT
CODE
The ordering code of a 5063JD resistor, value 5600
1%,
taped on a bandolier of 5000 units in tape on reel is:
5063JD5K600F12AF5.
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Product specification
Metal film resistors
5063JD series (space miser)
0.25 to 0.40 W; 1% and 5%
FUNCTIONAL DESCRIPTION
Product characterization
Standard values of nominal resistance are taken from the
E24 or E96 series for resistors with a tolerance of
5% or 1%.
The values of the E24 series are in accordance with
"IEC publication 60063".
Limiting values
Note
1. The maximum voltage that may be continuously
applied to the resistor element, see
"IEC publication 60 1151".
D
ERATING
The power that the resistor can dissipate depends on the
operating temperature; see Figs 1 and 2.
TYPE
LIMITING
VOLTAGE
(1)
(V)
LIMITING
POWER
(W)
5063JD
200
0.40
JW35
100
120
40
80
Tamb( C)
o
(%P )
rated
0
60
0.2
0.4
155
140
Pmax
Fig.1 Derating curve, normal operation.
Fig.2 Derating curve, long term operation.
JW36
100
120
40
80
Tamb( C)
o
(%P )
rated
0
60
0.2
0.4
160
140
Pmax
N
OISE
The current noise is measured in accordance with
"DIN 44049 Part 1 and IEC 600195". Maximum values are
for 99.8% of all resistors; see Fig 3.
3.0
2.0
0.5
1.0
0.2
0.05
10 k
200 k
R (
)
JW39
1 M
20 M
10 M
noise
level
V
V
Fig.3 Current noise.
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Product specification
Metal film resistors
5063JD series (space miser)
0.25 to 0.40 W; 1% and 5%
Pulseload behaviour
Fig.4
Pulse on a regular basis; maximum permissible peak pulse power (
max
) as
a function of pulse duration (t
i
).
P
^
10
6
10
5
10
4
10
3
10
2
10
1
1
JW37
10
3
1
10
10
2
10
1
t (s)
i
Pmax
(W)
^
single pulse
rep. pulse
t /t = 1000
p
i
Fig.5
Pulse on a regular basis; maximum permissible peak pulse voltage (
max
) as
a function of pulse duration (t
i
).
V
^
JW38
1200
0
10
6
10
5
10
4
10
3
10
2
10
1
1
800
400
Vmax
(V)
t i (s)
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Product specification
Metal film resistors
5063JD series (space miser)
0.25 to 0.40 W; 1% and 5%
Definition of symbols (see Figs 4, 5, 6 and 7)
Pulses
The permissible pulseload is determined by the resistance
change as given for the endurance test after 8000 hours.
P
ULSE
VOLTAGE
LIMIT
The maximum permissible impulse voltage
is the
voltage pulse short overload depending on the impulse time
t
i
. High ohmic values are protected by the interdependence
of voltage limit and impulse time. this function is given by
the equation:
V
max
= maximum permissible continuous voltage;
ti = pulse time;
K = 100 s
1
.
M
AXIMUM
PULSE

LOAD
The average load
must not exceed the rated dissipation.
For resistance values above the critical resistance the rated
dissipation is given by the resistance value and the limiting
element voltage V
max:
C
ONTINUOUS
AND
SINGLE
PULSE

LOAD
There is a difference between repetitive pulseload
or
single pulse load (e.g. switching events
).
A higher pulseload P
max
is accepted in the latter case.
SYMBOL
DESCRIPTION
applied peak pulse power
maximum permissible peak pulse power;
see Fig.4
applied peak pulse voltage; see Fig 6
maximum permissible peak pulse voltage;
see Fig.5
V(t)
pulse voltage
R
nominal resistance value
P
U
rated dissipation at ambient temperature
R
nom
nominal resistance value
t
i
pulse duration (rectangular pulses)
t
p
pulse repetition time
P
^
P
^
max
V
i
^
V
^
max
V
^
max
V
^
max
2.5 V
max
1
t
i
K
+

V
max
+
=
P
P
1
t
p
R

=
U
2
t1
t2
t
( )dt P
P
t
i
t
p
 P with P
power at the pulse time t
i
=
=
P
0
>
P
ULSE
SHAPES
Figure 6 shows the maximum pulseload for a rectangular
pulse shape:
Other pulses should be converted into rectangular pulse
shapes (see Fig.7), having the same energy at a given peak
voltage. The following equation shows the calculation for
exponential pulses:
with
P
t
i
V
2
^
t
p
R

=
P
e
2 t
p

V
2
^
R

=
e
R C or
e
L
R

=
=
Fig.6 Rectangular pulses.
MGA206
t i
V
Vi
t
t p
Fig.7 Exponential pulses.
V
t
MGA207
t p
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Product specification
Metal film resistors
5063JD series (space miser)
0.25 to 0.40 W; 1% and 5%
MECHANICAL DATA
Mass per 100 units
13 g
Marking
The nominal resistance and tolerance are marked on the
resistor using four or five coloured bands in accordance with
IEC publication 60062 "Colour codes for fixed resistors".
Mounting
The resistors are suitable for processing on automatic
insertion equipment in addition to cutting and bending
machines.The minimum bending is 5 mm (.200 inch).
Outlines
The length of the body (L
1
) is measured by inserting the leads
into holes of two identical gauge plates and moving these
plates parallel to each other until the resistor body is
clamped without deformation ("IEC publication 60294").
Fig.8 Outline.
For dimensions see Table 4.
D
JW34
L
2
L
1
d
Table 4
Resistor type and physical dimensions; see Fig.8
TYPE
D
MAX.
(mm)
L
1
MAX.
(mm)
L
2
MAX.
(mm)
d
(mm)
Dimensions in inches
5063JD
0.063
.142
1.14
.020
Dimensions in millimetres
5063JD
1.6
3.6
29
0.5