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Dial your resistor color code [Tools]
posted June 9 2012 18:34.21 by Giorgos Lazaridis




After some years of experience, you will definitely learn the resistor color code by heart. Some values that are used frequently you will recognize them with one look (like the 1KOhm resistor)... But until you reach that level, here is a project that will ease your life with those little components.

He designed 3 disks, each one with the color code for one strip. The disks revolve around a common center. You can then dial the colors of your resistor and just read the number that is generated! Nice idea, but id does not cover the resistors in the mOhm scale...








Here is the link to download the pdf file with the artwork (click)

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