Chip Resistor Arrays

Chip Resistor Arrays

Bourns provides a wide selection of standard resistance values, available with convex or concave termination styles in several popular sizes from 2 x 0201 up to 8 x 0603. Sulfur-resistant designs are also available. Chip arrays minimize space requirements, as well as reduce cost and component count. Beyond standard isolated and bussed configurations, several high-speed termination chip arrays designed for use in terminating FPGAs using either LVDS or LVPCL I/O standards are available. Typical applications include: toys, cell phones, mobile devices and consumer goods. Please view our Table of Standard values (E Table) for standard values used in chip resistor arrays: Table of Standard Values (E Table).

Mineral Source Reporting for Chip Arrays, Chip Resistors, CHV, CST: CFSI_CMRT4-01

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Available features

  • Convex or concave terminations
  • 2, 4 or 8 pieces of 0201, 0402, 0603 size resistors for isolated circuits
  • Several standard circuit type beyond isolated and bussed circuits
  • Sulfur-resistant designs available
  • RoHS compliant*
  • Suitable for most types of soldering processes
  • Standard packaging on paper tape and reel
*RoHS Directive 2015/863, Mar 31, 2015 and Annex.


  • Consumer
  • Industrial
  • Telecom

Series CAT16-PT4F4
Data Sheet CAT16-PT4F4
Photo lv4pc4pt4
Resistance Range R1 = 100 ohms
Tolerances ±1 %
Temperature Coefficient ±200 ppm/°C
Power per Resistor 0.0625 W
Related Documents CAT16-PT4F4
Design Files Downloads
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