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## 100 Ohm Resistor - (Pack of 10)

The 100 ohm Carbon Film Resistors are typical axial-lead resistors, which have much better temperature stability and provide lower noise, and are generally better for high frequency or radiofrequency applications.

A resistor is a passive two-terminal electrical component that implements electrical resistance as a circuit element. In electronic circuits, resistors are used to reduce current flow, adjust signal levels, to divide voltages, bias active elements, and terminate transmission lines, among other uses.

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## Applications:

- To limit current in a circuit
- To measure current in a circuit
- To generate heat
- To remove electrical energy
- To divide voltage
- To set the gain of an amplifier
- To set a time delay
- To set frequency of an oscillator
- To protect against surges To absorb unwanted signals
- Electronic electricity meter
- To measure temperatures

## Package Includes:

- 10 x 100 Ohm Resistors

## Specifications:

Resistance | 100 Ohm Resistors |

Material | Carbon Film Resistors |

Power (Watts) | 0.25W, 1/4W |

Tolerance | +/- 5% |

Case | Axial |

Dimensions | 0.094" Dia x 0.248" L (2.40mm x 6.30mm) |

Weight | 5 grams |

### 1.What is a 100-ohm resistor used for?

- A 100 ohm resistor is a specific type of resistor with a resistance value of 100 ohms. It is a relatively low-value resistor, and it is often used in circuits where a relatively low resistance is needed. Resistors are electrical components that are used to provide resistance in an electrical circuit. They are commonly used to limit the flow of current, to adjust the voltage in a circuit, or to provide a known load for testing purposes. Some common applications for 100 ohm resistors include:
**Limiting the current in a circuit**: A 100 ohm resistor can be used to limit the flow of current in a circuit to a specific level. This can be useful in situations where it is important to protect sensitive components or to prevent damage to the circuit.**Adjusting the voltage in a circuit**: A 100 ohm resistor can be used in combination with other components to adjust the voltage in a circuit. For example, it may be used in a voltage divider circuit to reduce the voltage from a higher value to a lower value.**Providing a known load for testing**: A 100 ohm resistor can be used as a known load in testing or calibration applications. By applying a known load to a circuit, it is possible to measure the performance or characteristics of the circuit under specific conditions.

### 2.What color is a 100 ohm resistor?

- Resistors are often labeled with a series of colored bands that indicate their resistance value and tolerance. The colors of the bands are standardized, and they can be used to quickly and easily determine the resistance value of a resistor.
- A 100 ohm resistor is typically labeled with the following colors:
- Band 1: Brown
- Band 2: Black
- Band 3: Brown

- The first two bands of a resistor indicate the resistance value in ohms, and the third band indicates the tolerance of the resistor, which is a measure of the precision of the resistor's value. In the case of a 100 ohm resistor, the first two bands are brown and black, which corresponds to a resistance value of 100 ohms. The third band is brown, which indicates a tolerance of +/- 1%.

### 3.What is the resistance of 100k resistor?

- A 100k resistor is a resistor with a resistance value of 100,000 ohms, or 100 kilohms. It is a relatively high-value resistor and is often used in circuits where a relatively high resistance is needed. Resistors are labeled with a series of colored bands that indicate their resistance value and tolerance. The colors of the bands are standardized, and they can be used to quickly and easily determine the resistance value of a resistor.

### 4.What is the voltage at 100 ohms?

- If you have a resistance of 100 ohms and you know that the current flowing through it is 1 amp, you can calculate the voltage across the resistance using the following formula:
- V = I * R

- Plugging in the values, you get:
- V = 1 * 100 = 100 volts

- Therefore, the voltage at a resistance of 100 ohms would be 100 volts if the current flowing through the resistance is 1 amp.

### 5.How much current can a 100 ohm resistor?

- The amount of current that a resistor can handle is determined by its power rating, which is the maximum amount of power that the resistor can dissipate without overheating. The power dissipated by a resistor is equal to the voltage across it multiplied by the current flowing through it. The maximum current that the 100 ohm resistor can handle is 0.1 amps if its power rating is 1 watt.

### 6.What is 100R resistance?

- In electrical engineering, the symbol "R" is often used to represent resistance in ohms. The letter "R" is usually followed by a numeric value, such as "100R," to indicate the magnitude of the resistance. In this case, "100R" refers to a resistance of 100 ohms. Resistors are passive electronic components that are used to introduce resistance into electrical circuits. They are commonly used to limit the flow of current, to divide voltage, and to stabilize voltages. The resistance of a resistor is usually indicated by color-coded bands or by a numerical value printed on the component. In this case, a resistor with a value of 100 ohms would typically be marked with a code of "100" or with the color code brown-black-brown-gold.