EBW Shunt resistor
is a common element in any circuit and can be used to protect a circuit from over-voltage or over-current conditions. It is recommended to use a derating factor of at least 66 percent for continuous operation.EBW shunt resistors are used to protect a circuit from too high a voltage. When the voltage is too high, it causes a short circuit, which may lead to a fuse or circuit breaker blowing.EBW shunt resistors come in different varieties. One common type is an insulated metal alloy shunt resistor. These resistors are often used in power conditioning and motor control circuits.
They are also used in current sensing in hybrids and electric vehicles.These resistors are normally soldered to a copper terminal. They have an insulation stripped off before soldering. These resistors are generally more expensive than other types of resistors. However, they have the advantage of low noise. They are also vibration proof.These shunt resistors are used in current measuring devices. They have high accuracy, low noise, and low power dissipation. EBW series resistors from TT Electronics range from 25 to 500 mO. They have TCR below 200 ppm/degC.
They also include provisions for Kelvin connections.EBW shunt resistors are part of the battery management system in a car or other type of vehicle. These resistors minimize the voltage drop that occurs in the battery and ensure proper performance of the battery. They also help in avoiding high-frequency noise that can occur in the battery.The current shunt resistor is a device that measures electrical current and is also used for DC measurements. The shunt resistor is placed between the positive terminal of the power supply and the ground terminal of the circuit.
The resistor is normally a high-precision manganin resistor. The temperature coefficient of the resistor is another parameter that influences the accuracy of the shunt resistor. If the temperature rises above 140degC, the resistive element will no longer function as intended.The shunt resistor is also used to detect short conditions in the circuit. In this case, the current flows through the shunt resistor and is redirected to ground. However, leakage currents bypassing the shunt may not be detected.