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Offline Josiphe

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Electronic Components--Resistor
« on: September 03, 2019, 08:31:38 am »

For engineers in the electronics industry, electronic components are the basic element. There are several types of components, in this artical,I would like to share some basic knowledge about resistors.

Resistor is the most frequently used in all electronic circuits. Resistor is called a resistive material because it has a hindrance to the current. It can cause changes in electron flux. The smaller the resistor, the greater the flux of electrons and vice versa.

Most of the time, the resistors we used are with fixed values. For example,
Wire Wound Resistor can be made as a precision resistor with a tolerance of 0.005% and a very low temperature coefficient.The disadvantage is that the parasitic inductance of the wire wound resistor is relatively large and cannot be used for high frequencies. The volume of the wire wound resistor can be made very large, and then an external heat sink can be used as a high power resistor.
Carbon Composition Resistor is simple in process and easy to obtain raw materials, so the price is the cheapest. However, the performance of the carbon composite resistor is not so good, the tolerance is relatively large (that is, the precision resistor cannot be made), the temperature characteristics are not good, and the noise is usually large.
Carbon Film Resistor mainly forms a carbon mixture film on the ceramic rod, for example, directly coating a layer, the thickness of the carbon film and the carbon concentration thereof can control the size of the resistor.

I would appreciate it if you can complement more types.
 

Offline wasyoungonce

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Re: Electronic Components--Resistor
« Reply #1 on: September 03, 2019, 10:02:12 pm »
PTC and NTC resistors.....

I'd forget my Head if it wasn't screwed on!
 

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Re: Electronic Components--Resistor
« Reply #2 on: September 04, 2019, 07:34:42 am »
What does the original poster mean by electron flux? The term is normally used to describe the strength of an electric field. It makes no sense in the context of the original post.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Electric_flux
 

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Re: Electronic Components--Resistor
« Reply #3 on: September 04, 2019, 09:06:47 am »
What does the original poster mean by electron flux? The term is normally used to describe the strength of an electric field. It makes no sense in the context of the original post.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Electric_flux
google translate to my language (not BR) translates it as electron flow, I guess he did the same and got flux instead of flow...

Resistor is the most frequently used in all electronic circuits. Resistor is called a resistive material because it has a hindrance to the current.
So any material discovered until now is a resistor.
"So whats is a resistor?" everything?
And PN junctions are not resistors but they resist on current flow :-//
electronics are so confusing...  :scared:
 

Offline JackJones

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Re: Electronic Components--Resistor
« Reply #4 on: September 04, 2019, 09:11:35 am »
This exact post was posted word for word in almost all the electronics related forums across the web. It's some form of spam but I'm not quite sure how it works. Possibly some keyword manipulation?
 

Offline Zero999

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Re: Electronic Components--Resistor
« Reply #5 on: September 04, 2019, 09:25:52 am »
This exact post was posted word for word in almost all the electronics related forums across the web. It's some form of spam but I'm not quite sure how it works. Possibly some keyword manipulation?
There's no advertising in the post, signature or profile.

They might start spamming later, after a few posts, or it could be someone who's interested in electronics and thinks this is a good way to engage with people, even though it is a bit odd.

We'll have to wait and see.
 

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Re: Electronic Components--Resistor
« Reply #6 on: September 04, 2019, 09:27:18 am »
meh, lets give it the benefit of the doubt.... for now.
 


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