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Old 26th September 2005, 01:26 PM   #1
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Default Is naked better ?

Hi,

are naked Vishays S102 really the best ?

I found that it is not very difficult to remove the black material.
Internally the leads are bonded to thin flat wires, this connection has been broken, but can be soldered to another wire or directly to a PCB.
Under the black material there is a white silicon sleeve that can also be removed.

Resistance of the 33k now is 32,94k.

I wonder if the thin flat wires can be removed also and soldered some another very thin wire in place...

I found Vishay RIG 0809 0,05%, can they be compared to the S102 ?
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Old 28th September 2005, 10:29 PM   #2
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The Vishay uses very thin worm traces on a substrate, so thin that my 1200x2400 optical resolution scanner can not see them.
But I see them with a strong magnifier.
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