Pages created and updated by Terry Sturtevant Date Posted: January 16, 2017


Resistor Arrays

Here are three different resistor arrays:

bourns resistor array

bourns resistor array

dale resistor array

Note how each array has a dot or bar at one end, indicating the common pin.
Each one also has a string of letters and numbers, ending in 102. This indicates the resistor value of 10x 102Ω, or 1000 Ω



resistor array interior

Here's what it looks like inside.

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