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Stackpole represents their High Current Shunt HCS Series

Stackpole's popular HCS series raised element SMD current shunt resistors offer low resistance values, high power ratings, and low TCR. Resistance values as low as 0.2 milliohm and power ratings up to 10W mean the HCS series can accurately sense currents up to 224 amps. In addition, TCR for the HCS is 50 ppm for a wide range of values which ensures accurate sensing in a wide range of environments and under high current loading. Finally, the HCS series is AEC compliant, providing engineers additional assurance that they are designing in a robust, reliable component.

The HCS is a good choice for all types of high power supplies and power modules, electric motor controls, fuel powered engine controls, DC-to-DC converters in switching power supplies, frequency converters, voltage regulators, portable power management and battery monitoring.

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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