SRT CHM 2010 Series

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Product Features

  • Non-magnetic thick film chip resistor
  • Resistance range from 100kΩ to 1TΩ
  • Tolerances from ±0.5% to ±30%
  • TCR from ±25 ppm/°C to ±1000 ppm/°C
  • Power rating of 0.5W (at +70°C)
  • Temperature range from -55°C up to +155°C


The CHM 2010 high ohmic non-magnetic resistor series from SRT Resistor Technology offers a wide resistance range from 100kΩ up to 1TΩ, power rating of 0.5W and voltage rating of 1500V trimmed or 2000V untrimmed (tolerances ≥5%), all in a small 2010 surface mount package. By utilising SRT’s meander structured thick film resistor technology, these chip resistors are able to offer tolerances down to ±0.5% (between 100kΩ and 100MΩ) as well as a TCR of ±25 ppm/°C (between 100kΩ and 10GΩ) and a VCR as low as ±25 ppm/V (between 100kΩ and 100MΩ). The CHM 2010 resistor series contains no organics making them suitable for high vacuum applications and offer PtAg (platinum silver) terminations for conductive gluing and soldering.

  • Meander structured surface-mount thick film chip resistor
  • Available in any resistance between 100kΩ and 1TΩ
  • 2010 package
  • Power rating of 0.5W at +70°C
  • Voltage rating of 1500V trimmed or 2000V untrimmed (tolerances ≥5%)
  • Tolerances as low as ±0.5% over the resistance range of 100kΩ up to 100MΩ
  • TCR as low as ±25 ppm/°C over the resistance range of 100kΩ to 10GΩ
  • VCR as low as ±25 ppm/V over the resistance range of 100kΩ up to 100MΩ
  • Temperature range from -55°C up to +155°C
  • Non-magnetic
  • PtAg (platinum silver) terminations for conductive gluing and soldering
  • Low temperature and voltage dependency
  • No organics


The CHM high ohmic non-magnetic resistor series is also available with an extended high temperature range version (up to +300°C). Please see the separate CHM-HT product pages for further information.

Lower tolerance, TCR and VCR options are available upon request. Please contact us for further information and availability.


The below table gives full specifications for each resistor model available including the CHM 2010 series:

SRT CHM Specifications
1) At continuous power dissipation the dimensions of solder-pads have to secure a sufficient heat removal
2) TCR: in ppm/K; +25°C…+125°C; TCR lower than standard TCR (highest value) or value >100G: +25°C…+85°C
3) VCR: typical values, all negative, not for all TCR values available


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Weight 0.00000 kg
Dimensions 0.60 x 2.50 x 5.10mm
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RoHS Compliant Product – SRT with Exemption

This product is available compliant to the RoHS EU directive 2011/65/EU, however, the following exemptions according to the RoHS annex are applicable:

  • No. 7(a) – 'Lead in high melting temperature type solders (i.e. lead-based alloys containing 85% by weight or more lead)' used in leaded resistors
  • No. 7(c)-I – 'Electrical and electronic components containing lead in glass or ceramic…or in a glass or ceramic matrix compound' used in chip resistors and leaded thick film resistors

    SRT CHM Technical Library

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    SRT CHM high ohmic meander structured SMD chip resistor datasheet




    SRT CHM 2010 Series Resources

    Product Datasheet

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    SRT CHM 2010 Series

    Please be advised that due to the ongoing supply issues with raw materials affecting the global electronics industry, as well as an increase in orders received by our manufacturing partners, a large number of products are facing increased lead times in recent months. For the latest lead time and stock availability, please contact one of our engineers who will be happy to discuss lead times further and the potential for alternative parts.