Voltage dividers are specified by the series connection of two ohmic resistors, which can be of different sizes. An electrical voltage consisting of two passive terminal networks is divided into the series connection. The use of high-quality resistance elements made of NiCr foil gives the voltage divider long-term stability and robustness with high precision. Numerous variants are characterized by their moisture-resistant epoxy housing design, have low-induction and low-noise characteristics and cover up a wide resistance range. Typical applications are amplifier circuits in operational amplifiers in laboratories and medical technologies, in weighing equipment, telecommunications, test equipment, electron beam processes and drilling technology.