**Disc Resistors** are available in a wide variety of diameters to meet your application needs. The resistor discs are utilized for capacitor charge and discharge, crowbar, impulse duty areas, electrical transmission, AC/DC motor drives, and dynamic breaking systems. These ceramic composition resistors perform well where high peak power or high energy pulses are required to be handled. These non-inductive resistors are able to dissipate the energy uniformly through the entire resistor body.

**Download Ceramic & Organic Disc Resistors Specifications**

Part Number | Diameter (Inches) | Length* (Inches) | Low (Ohms) | High (Ohms) | Power (Watts) | Peak Energy (Joules) | Peak Voltage (Maximum) |
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83-DCACeramic Disc Resistors |
1.950 | 0.5 | 0.150 | 660 | 8 | 7,168 | 5,000 |

83-DCBCeramic Disc Resistors |
1.950 | 1.0 | 0.300 | 1,300 | 15 | 14,335 | 10,000 |

83-DEACeramic Disc Resistors |
3.500 | 0.5 | 0.050 | 200 | 15 | 23,091 | 5,000 |

83-DEBCeramic Disc Resistors |
3.500 | 1.0 | 0.100 | 400 | 30 | 46,182 | 10,000 |

83-DFACeramic Disc Resistors |
4.380 | 0.5 | 0.040 | 130 | 15 | 36,162 | 5,000 |

83-DFBCeramic Disc Resistors |
4.380 | 1.0 | 0.080 | 260 | 35 | 72,324 | 10,000 |

Part Number plus the Resistance Code is used for specifying a particular part. The Resistance Code is defined by the first two numbers of the resistance value, followed by a single number multiplier, and the resistance tolerance (20% is L, 10% is K, 5% is J). When the resistance is less than 10 ohms, the multiplier is not used and replaced by an "R".

For example: A 3.50" X 1.0" Ceramic Resistor Disc at 100 ohms +/-10% would be qualified as "83-DEA-101K, and a 4.38" X 0.5" Ceramic Resistor Disc at 2.5 ohms +/-20% is 83-DFA-2R5L.

Part Number | Diameter (Inches) | Length* (Inches) | Low (Ohms) | High (Ohms) | Power (Watts) | Peak Energy (Joules) | Peak Voltage (Maximum) |
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84-DCAOrganic Disc Resistors |
2.100 | 0.5 | 0.007 | 117 Meg | 8 | 161 | 4,000 |

84-DCBOrganic Disc Resistors |
2.100 | 1.0 | 0.001 | 235 Meg | 15 | 321 | 8,000 |

84-DEAOrganic Disc Resistors |
3.750 | 0.5 | 0.002 | 36 Meg | 15 | 525 | 4,000 |

84-DEBOrganic Disc Resistors |
3.750 | 1.0 | 0.004 | 72 Meg | 30 | 1,049 | 8,000 |

84-DFAOrganic Disc Resistors |
4.630 | 0.5 | 0.002 | 23 Meg | 20 | 798 | 4,000 |

84-DFBOrganic Disc Resistors |
4.630 | 1.0 | 0.004 | 47 Meg | 40 | 1,596 | 8,000 |

Part Number plus the Resistance Code is used for specifying a particular part. The Resistance Code is defined by the first two numbers of the resistance value, followed by a single number multiplier, and the resistance tolerance (20% is L, 10% is K, 5% is J). When the resistance is less than 10 ohms, the multiplier is not used and replaced by an "R".

For example: A 4.63" X 0.5" Organic Resistor Disc at 1 Meg-ohm +/-10% would be qualified as "84-DFA-105K, and a 3.75" X 1.0" Organic Resistor Disc at 2.5 ohms +/-20% is 84-DEB-2R5L.