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Stackpole represents the UHV Series- Ultra-High Voltage Chip Resistor

The UHV series from Stackpole offers extremely high voltage ratings per package size.

In addition, values of 500MΩ, 1GΩ, and 2GΩ are in stock in sizes from 2010 to 5020, which are ideal for use on the high voltage side of a high voltage divider network. Resistance range for the UHV series is from 100MΩ up to 10GΩ in TCR of 100 ppm and tolerances as low as 1%.

The UHV is ideal for high voltage medical applications, voltage dividers, high voltage power supplies, avionics and aerospace, industrial equipment, and telecom infrastructure and equipment.

Voltage Ratings

UHV2010 rated up to 6KV
UHV2512 rated up to 10KV
UHV3512 rated up to 12KV
UHV4020 rated up to 16KV
UHV5020 rated up to 20KV

Ordering Information

Please follow the Part Numbering instructions below and look the part number up on NAC's webstore by clicking on the diagram below

About Stackpole:

Stackpole Electronics Inc. is a leading global manufacturer of resistors. Headquartered in Raleigh, N.C., the privately held company began manufacturing in 1928 as part of Stackpole Carbon Company in St. Mary's, Pennsylvania. Now part of the Akahane Stackpole Manufacturing Group, Stackpole has facilities in Japan, Taiwan, China, the US and Mexico.

About NAC:

NAC is a global electronic component design services & distribution company. Our rapidly growing linecard is being assembled to support the design needs of specific market segments including Mil-Aero, Industrial, Audio, Computing, Lighting, Medical, Telecom/Networking, Power, and Wireless. With resources that begin with Field Sales Engineers and extend to our Global Sales offices, NAC is building an infrastructure that ensures the highest level of service for our customers and authorized suppliers.

NAC Global Headquarters: 1790 Commerce Avenue, Saint Petersburg, FL 33716 TF- 866.651.2901 P- 727.828.0187 F-727.828.0160

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