Are you an electrical engineering student prepping for an exam? Or are you a tinkerer knee-deep in circuits? Whatever your professional interest, these resistor chart templates should pique your interest and provide you all the useful resistor-related information in handy charts.
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A resistor is, as you already know, the building block of circuitry whose main job is to block the flow of electrical current. There are many things to keep in mind with resistors like electrical color codes, conversions, values, and sizes.
To help you learn, remember, or review everything to do with resistors, you will need at least one of these free charts. Or maybe all of them. They are certainly helpful for any techie smart with their hands.
We all know there is a lot more going on in the circuit-board level than just what the resistors are doing. There are other components such as the inductors and the capacitators and the diodes, but using these charts as templates you might even find or create similar charts for the other components.
When it comes to resistors, these charts will lay out all the important information you’ll need to know regarding
electrical color codes (see Resistor Color Code Chart and Resistor Identification Chart),
resistor tolerance in line with the multiplier (see Resistor Multiplier Chart),
wattage (see Resistor Wattage Chart),
resistance in regards to temperature measurement (see Resistor Measurement Chart),
resistor values (see Resistor Value Chart),
mounted resistor packaging sizes (see Resistor Size Chart), and
resistor conversions (see Resistor Conversion Chart).
These charts will be a great study guide to help you master the resistor inside and out, backwards and forwards. They are available as PDF files and Word documents, so feel free to download, edit, print out anything you need.
Compile them in a binder that you can flip through as a primer.
Or frame the charts you need the most reminders of in a prominent place in your work or study area.
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