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New Non Standard Resistor Calculator

Postby mike » May 16th, 2014, 1:05 pm

If you need a non-standard resistor value you could probably realize a close match using two resistors. If you use two resistors in series it is quite easy to figure out which values give the best match, on the other hand, using a parallel connection it is not so easy to find a good combination.

Here is a new non standard resistor calculation tool to show which combinations of two resistors (series or parallel) gives the best match(es) closest to the standard value, for the 10%, 5% and 1% tolerances.

--> Non Standard Resistor Calculator
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