Vishay Intertechnology, Inc. announced Quick-Net, a prototyping service for precision resistor networks to provide designers and manufacturers with a two-week turnaround without non-recurring engineering (NRE) charges. The service shortens the process of bringing end products requiring precision analog circuitry to market, while allowing designers to specify improved ratio and TCR tracking specifications. It offers designers a choice of network standards and package types, including SIP, DIP, flatpack and leadless chip carriers. The networks are available with either tantalum nitride or Tamelox passivated nichrome resistor films. A fax form allows designers to specify the desired package format, schematic pin-out and required electrical performance. Resistance ranges are package-specific.
Vishay Intertechnology, Inc.