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April 14, 2015

Thin Film Resistor Networks

at 10:34 am. Filed under Insane Equipment

 

Dave take a close look at Thin Film Resistor Networks. These are used in various precision electronic gear where extreme precision is needed. This one is from a Keithley DMM7510 7.5 Digit Multimeter and is stamped Fluke, I didn’t now that both companies were owned by Danaher. You may have seen a similar resistor trimming design on a large scale if you have ever purchased a high current monitor shunt except they use a hack saw to cut through the metal strap before painting to dial it into spec.


 

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One Response to “Thin Film Resistor Networks”

  1. Annie Says:

    @ Alan Parekh; Tektronix is also owned by Danaher.

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