Ohms Law Calc Online

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From: Lord Valve
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Lord Valve Speaketh:
I was doing some websearches tonight, looking for some
snazzy precision 1-ohm resistors for the bias-probe
gizmos I think I’m finally going to get around to
making (hah!), and I came across these two nifty
claculators on a resistor manufacturer’s site. One
of ’em is an Ohm’s Law calculator, which allows you
to put any two parameters in and solve for a third,
and the other is a color-code engine, which lets you
select a set of color bands and then reads out the
resistor’s value for you. (It can do both the 4-
and 5-band systems, too.) This stuff is so automatic
for me after all this time that I don’t even think
about it any more, but I reckon this will be a great
help to the newbies on this NG, so here they are.

The Ohm’s Law Calculator is located at:

The Color-Code engine is located at:

While I’m at it, there’s a really cool wire-gauge
calculator on the Mogami site, which will tell you
stuff like circular mils, metric/AWG equivalencies,
resistance/foot/gauge, etc. This one’s nifty, I
use it all the time:

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