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re·sis·tor

(rē-zis'tŏr, -tōr),
An element included in an electric circuit to provide resistance to the flow of current.
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RAY: My guess is that your resistors are fried, so you're always getting a full 12 volts to the fan, and it's always running at high speed.
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This thin-film resistor range provides TCR down to 15ppm/AC, and resistance tolerances of 0.
For brevity, this discussion is limited to resistors, but the principles are similar for embedded capacitors.
Since the thermal behavior of the resistor is highly dependent on the total PCB composite, software tools will read in the exact PCB geometry.
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Additionally, VFR sees this arrangement as a solid plus for high-end electronics manufacturers in India because they will now have genuine high-precision resistor products more immediately available for prototype development, as well as production, with all the advantages and efficiency of in-country procurement.
Since there is such a tight relationship between the PCB construction (design) and the resistor power requirements (also design), one of the first things that we should be considering is a guideline for the designer.
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