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PTF
Vishay Dale
Metal Film Resistors, High Precision, High Stability
FEATURES
• Extremely low temperature coefficient of
resistance
• Very low noise and voltage coefficient
• Very good high frequency characteristics
• Can replace wirewound bobbins
• Proprietary epoxy coating provides superior
moisture protection
• For surface mount product, see Vishay Dale’s
PSF datasheet (www.vishay.com/doc?30162)
• Material categorization: For definitions of compliance
please see www.vishay.com/doc?99912
Note
* Lead (Pb)-containing terminations are not RoHS-compliant.
Exemptions may apply.
STANDARD ELECTRICAL SPECIFICATIONS
GLOBAL
MODEL
PTF51
PTF56
PTF65
HISTORICAL
MODEL
POWER RATING (3)
P85 °C
W
PTF-51
0.05
PTF-56
0.125
PTF-65
0.25
LIMITING ELEMENT TEMPERATURE
VOLTAGE MAX. (1) COEFFICIENT
V ± ppm/°C
200 5, 10, 15
300 5, 10, 15
500 5, 10, 15
TOLERANCE
±%
0.02, 0.05, 0.1, 0.25, 0.5, 1
0.01, 0.02, 0.05, 0.1, 0.25, 0.5, 1
0.05, 0.1, 0.25, 0.5, 1
RESISTANCE
RANGE
15 to 100K
15 to 500K
15 to 1M
Notes
• DSCC has created a drawing to support the need for a precision axial-leaded product. Vishay Dale is listed as a resource on this drawing
as follows:
DSCC
DRAWING
NUMBER
VISHAY DALE
MODEL
POWER RATING
P85 °C
W
RESISTANCE
RANGE
TOLERANCE
±%
TEMPERATURE MAXIMUM WORKING
COEFFICIENT
VOLTAGE (1)
± ppm/°C
V
89088
PTF56..31,
PTF56..32 (2)
0.100
15 to 100K 0.01, 0.05, 0.1, 0.5, 1
5, 10
200
90038
PTF65..16,
PTF65..14 (2)
0.250
15 to 100K
0.05, 0.1, 0.5, 1
5, 10
200
This drawing can be viewed at: www.landandmaritime.dla.mil/Programs/MilSpec/ListDwgs.aspx?DocTYPE=DSCCdwg
(1) Continuous working voltage shall be P x R or maximum working voltage, whichever is less.
(2) Hot solder dipped leads.
(3) For operation of the PTF resistors at higher power ratings, see the Load Life Shift Due to Power and Derating table. This table gives a
summary of the effects of using the PTF product at the more common combinations of power rating and case size, as well as quantifies the
load life stability under those conditions.
TEMPERATURE COEFFICIENT CODES
GLOBAL TC CODE
HISTORICAL TC CODE
Z T-16
Y T-13
X T-10
TEMPERATURE COEFFICIENT
5 ppm/°C
10 ppm/°C
15 ppm/°C
GLOBAL PART NUMBER INFORMATION
New Global Part Numbering: PTF5620K500BYRE (preferred part numbering format)
P T F 56 2 0 K 5 0 0 B Y R E
GLOBAL
MODEL
PTF51
PTF56
PTF65
RESISTANCE
VALUE
R=Ω
K = kΩ
M = MΩ
15R000 = 15 Ω
500K00= 500 kΩ
1M0000= 1.0 MΩ
TOLERANCE
CODE
T = ± 0.01 % (4)
Q = ± 0.02 % (4)
A = ± 0.05 %
B = ± 0.1 %
C = ± 0.25 %
D = ± 0.5 %
F=±1%
TEMP.
COEFFICIENT
Z = 5 ppm
Y = 10 ppm
X = 15 ppm
0 = Special
PACKAGING
EK = Lead (Pb)-free, bulk
EA = Lead (Pb)-free, T/R (full)
EB = Lead (Pb)-free,
T/R (1000 pieces)
BF = Tin/lead, bulk
RE = Tin/lead, T/R (full)
R6 = Tin/lead, T/R (1000 pieces)
Historical Part Number example: PTF-5620K5BT-13R36 (will continue to be accepted)
PTF-56
20K5
B
T-13
R36
SPECIAL
Blank = Standard
(Dash number)
(Up to 3 digits)
From 1 to 999
as applicable
HISTORICAL MODEL RESISTANCE VALUE TOLERANCE CODE TEMP. COEFFICIENT
PACKAGING
Notes
• For additional information on packaging, refer to the Through-Hole Resistor Packaging document (www.vishay.com/doc?31544).
(4) Historical tolerance codes were BB for 0.01 % and BC for 0.02 %.
Revision: 15-Nov-12
1 Document Number: 31019
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TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
PARAMETER
Rated Dissipation at 85 °C
Limiting Element Voltage
Insulation Voltage (1 Min)
Thermal Resistance
Terminal Strength, Axial
Insulation Resistance
Category Temperature Range
Failure Rate
Weight (Max.)
UNIT
W
V
Veff
K/W
N
°C
10-9/h
g
PTF51
0.05
200
> 500
< 1300
> 150
1011
- 55 to + 150
<1
0.11
PTF56
0.125
300
> 500
< 520
> 50
1011
- 55 to + 150
<1
0.35
PTF65
0.25
500
> 500
260
> 50
1011
- 55 to + 150
<1
0.75
DIMENSIONS
1.50 ± 0.125 (1)
(38.10 ± 3.18)
L
L1 max.
D
d
GLOBAL
DIMENSIONS in inches (millimeters)
MODEL
L
D
L1 max.
d
PTF51
0.150 ± 0.020 0.070 ± 0.010
(3.81 ± 0.51) (1.78 ± 0.25)
0.200
(5.08)
0.016
(0.41)
PTF56
0.250 ± 0.031 0.091 ± 0.009
(6.35 ± 0.79) (2.31 ± 0.23)
0.300
(7.62)
0.025
(0.64)
PTF65
0.375 ± 0.062 0.145 ± 0.016 0.475
(9.53 ± 1.57) (3.68 ± 0.41) (12.07)
0.025
(0.64)
Note
(1) Lead length for product in bulk pack. For product supplied in tape and reel, the actual lead length would be based on the body size, tape
spacing and lead trim.
PERFORMANCE
TEST
Life (at Standard Power Ratings)
Thermal Shock
Short Time Overload
Low Temperature Operation
Moisture
Resistance to Soldering Heat
Damp Heat IEC 60068-2-3
Dielectric Withstanding Voltage
CONDITIONS OF TEST
MIL-PRF-55182 Paragraph 4.8.18
1000 h rated power at + 85 °C
Mil-STD-202, Method 107
- 55 °C to + 85 °C
MIL-R-10509, Paragraph 4.7.6
MIL-PRF-55182, Methods 4.8.10
MIL-PRF-55182, Paragraph 4.8.15
MIL-STD-202, Methods 210
56 days at 40 °C and 92 % RH
MIL-STD-202, Methods 301 and 105
TEST RESULTS (TYPICAL TEST LOTS)
± 0.04 %
± 0.02 %
± 0.01 %
± 0.02 %
± 0.08 %
± 0.02 %
± 0.08 %
± 0.01 %
MATERIAL SPECIFICATIONS
Element
Encapsulation
Core
Termination
Precision deposited nickel chrome alloy with controlled annealing
Specially formulated epoxy compounds. Coated construction
Fire-cleanded high purity ceramic
Standard lead material is solder-coated copper. Solderable and weldable
per MIL-STD-1276, Type C.
MARKING
Temperature coefficient: T10 = 15 ppm, T13 = 10 ppm, T16 = 5 ppm
Tolerance: F = 1 %, D = 0.5 %, C = 0.25 %, B = 0.1 %, A = 0.05 %, BC = 0.02 %, BB = 0.01 %
PTF51: (3 lines)
PTF56, PTF65: (4 lines)
PTF51
37K4
BC T13
Style and size
Value
Tolerance and TC
PTF56
49K9
BB T16
1211
Style and size
Value
Tolerance and TC
4-digit date code
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LOAD LIFE SHIFT DUE TO POWER AND DERATING (AT 85 °C)
The power rating for the PTF parts is tied to the derating temperature, the heat rise of the parts, and the R for the load life performance.
When the tables/graphs below are used together they show that when the parts are run at higher power ratings, the parts will run hotter,
which has the potential of causing the resistance of the parts to shift more over the life of the part.
LOAD LIFE SHIFT VS. POWER RATING
LOAD LIFE
CONDITIONS OF TEST
MIL-PRF-55182 Paragraph 4.8.18
1000 h rated power at + 85 °C
± 0.04 %
MAXIMUM R (TYPICAL TEST LOTS)
± 0.15 %
± 0.5 %
± 1.0 %
MODEL
POWER RATING AT + 85 °C
PTF51
1/20 W
1/10 W
1/8 W
1/4 W
PTF56
1/8 W
-
1/4 W
1/2 W
PTF65
1/4 W
-
1/2 W
3/4 W
120 120
PTF51
PTF56
100 100
PTF65
80 80
60 60
40 40
20 20
0
- 55 - 25 0 25 50 75 100 125 150 175 200
85
DERATING
AMBIENT TEMPERATURE IN °C
0
0 0.125 0.25 0.375 0.5 0.625 0.75 0.875 1 1.125
THERMAL RESISTANCE
APPLIED POWER IN W
Example: When a PTF56 part is run at 1/8 W in a 70 °C ambient environment, the resistor will generate enough heat that the surface
temperature of the part will reach about 17 °C over the ambient temperature, and over the life of the part this could cause the resistance
value to shift up to ± 0.04 %.
If the same resistor was instead run at 1/4 W in a 70 °C environment, the element will heat up to about 30 °C over ambient, and over the life
of the part the resistance value could shift roughly ± 0.5 %.
And if the resistor was run at its maximum power rating of 1/2 W in a 70 °C environment, it will heat up to about 61°C over ambient, and you
could see the resistance value shift roughly ± 1 % over the life of the part.
TEMPERATURE COEFFICIENT OF RESISTANCE
Temperature coefficient (TC) of resistance is normally stated as the maximum amount of resistance change from the original + 25 °C value
as the ambient temperature increases or decreases. This is most commonly expressed in parts per million per degree centigrade (ppm/°C).
The resistance curve over the operating temperature range is usually a non-linear curve within predictable maximum limits. PTF resistors
have a very unifom resistance temperature characteristic when measured over the operating range of - 20 °C to + 85 °C. The standard
temperature coefficients available are
X = ± 15 ppm/°C, Y = ± 10 ppm/°C and Z = ± 5 ppm/°C.
Some applications of the PTF require operation beyond the specifications of - 20 °C to + 85 °C. The change in temperature coefficient of
resistance is very small (less than ± 0.05 ppm/°C) over the expanded temperature range of - 55 °C to + 150 °C. Therefore, when operating
outside the range - 20 °C to + 85 °C, the designer can plan for a worst case addition of ± 0.05 ppm/°C for each degree centigrade beyond
either - 20 °C or + 85 °C as indicated in the graph. This applies to all three temperature coefficient codes.
4
3
2
1
- 20 °C TO + 85 °C
BASE TC LIMIT
0
- 50 - 40 - 30 - 20
EXPANDED
OPERATING RANGE
- 55 °C TO - 20 °C
90 100 110 120 130 140 150
X, Y
or Z
EXPANDED
OPERATING RANGE
- 85 °C TO + 150 °C
Example: Assume the operating characteristics demand a temperature range from - 55 °C to + 125 °C. This requires a ± 35 °C below
- 20 °C and a ± 40 °C above + 85 °C. The extreme being ± 40 °C means that the worst case addition to the specified TC limit of
± 0.05 ppm/°C times ± 40 °C or ± 2 ppm/°C. Therefore, a Z which is characterized by a base TC limit of ± 5 ppm/°C over the temperature
range of - 20 °C to + 85 °C will exhibit a maximum temperature coefficient of ± 7 ppm/°C over the expanded portion of the temperature range
of - 55 °C to + 125 °C.
Revision: 15-Nov-12
3 Document Number: 31019
For technical questions, contact: ff2aresistors@vishay.com
THIS DOCUMENT IS SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE. THE PRODUCTS DESCRIBED HEREIN AND THIS DOCUMENT
ARE SUBJECT TO SPECIFIC DISCLAIMERS, SET FORTH AT www.vishay.com/doc?91000