High Voltage Resistor
High voltage resistors are the most used components in all electronic circuits. It is mainly used as a voltage divider and bleeder resistor in high-voltage devices. High-voltage resistors are usually made of glass glaze film and synthetic carbon film.
High voltage resistors refer to resistors that work under high voltages of 1000 to 35,000 volts, with resistance values up to 1011 ohms. To be able to withstand very high voltages, high-voltage resistors must have very high resistance values and large power dissipation. In order to prevent electrical breakdown, a slender substrate with a high withstand voltage strength must be selected.