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Pulse rated chip resistors getting rare?

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Flyback

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Hi,
We are looking for second source parts for our 1210 pulse rated 10R resistor
(SGS73P2ERTTD100J)

However, we can only find these...

Stackpole:
RPC1210JT10R0 (10 Ohms)
Vishay
CRCW121010R0FKEAHP (10 Ohms)
Yageo
SR1210KR-0710RL (10 Ohms)

do you know if there are any others?
Maybe surge rated chip resistors are going out of fashion?
 

JonSea

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Digikey lists this Rohm part as a direct replacement. Octopart shows stock at Digikey, Mouser, Newark and other distributers. When I recently looked for 1206 standard value resistors, the 1206 package was in short supply in general. You might consider looking at different package sizes for future designs.

Actually, Digikey showed this as an alternative for the Stackpole part number

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