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100K Ohm Resistor (Pack of 10)

100K Ohm Resistor (Pack of 10)

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  • The 100K ohm resistors are helpful for students performing their engineering projects.
  • It is an essential component for prototyping and DIY projects. 
  • The resistor is made of carbon film material.

100K Ohm Resistor

The 100K ohm Carbon Film Resistors, available in a pack of 10, are essential for engineering projects and DIY enthusiasts, which have much better temperature stability and provide lower noise, and are generally better for high frequency or radiofrequency applications.

The 100K ohm resistor, as a passive component, finds applications in reducing current flow, adjusting signal levels, and more in electronic circuits. 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.

Key Features:

  • Accurate resistance rating
  • Safe and long-term stability make these 100K ohm resistors ideal for precise electronic applications.
  • Wide applications operating range
  • Generates less noise than carbon composition resistor
  • Low tolerance
  • Low temperature co-efficient of resistance
  • Small in size

Resistor Colour Coding Chart:

Resistor Colour Coding

Package Includes:

  • 10 x 100K Ohm Resistors


Resistance  100K 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

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1.How do you calculate 100K resistor?

  • To calculate the value of a resistor, you can use the following formula:
    • Resistor value (in ohms) = Voltage (in volts) / Current (in amperes)
  • For example, if you want to calculate the value of a resistor that will allow a current of 1 ampere to flow through it when a voltage of 100 volts is applied across it, you would use the following formula:
    • Resistor value (in ohms) = 100 volts / 1 ampere
    • This would give you a resistor value of 100 ohms.
  • To calculate a 100K resistor, you would need to use a value of 100,000 ohms for the resistor value in the formula. For example, if you want to calculate the value of a 100K resistor that will allow a current of 1 ampere to flow through it when a voltage of 100 volts is applied across it, you would use the following formula:
    • Resistor value (in ohms) = 100 volts / 1 ampere
    • This would give you a resistor value of 100,000 ohms, or 100K.

2.What is the cost of 100-ohm resistor?

  • The cost of a 100-ohm resistor can vary depending on a number of factors, such as the type of resistor (e.g. metal film, carbon film, wirewound), the tolerance (e.g. 1%, 5%), and the power rating (e.g. 1/4 watt, 1 watt). Additionally, the cost can vary based on the quantity you purchase and the supplier you buy from. As a rough estimate, you can expect to pay around 9 to 17Rs/- for a single 100-ohm resistor at robocraze, depending on the specific characteristics and quality of the resistor. For larger quantities, the cost may be lower, depending on the supplier and any bulk discounts that may be available.

3.What color is a 100K ohm resistor?

  • Resistor color codes are used to indicate the value of a resistor. The colors are usually printed on the body of the resistor as bands, with each band representing a specific digit or multiplier. A 100K resistor (100,000 ohms) would have the following color code: brown, black, yellow. The brown band represents the first significant digit (1), the black band represents the second significant digit (0), and the yellow band represents the multiplier (100,000). When you add the digits and multiply by the multiplier, you get a value of 100,000 ohms, or 100K.

4.What is 100K ohm resistor?

  • A 100K resistor is a type of resistor with a value of 100,000 ohms. Resistors are passive electronic components that are used to resist the flow of electrical current in a circuit. They are commonly used to limit the current in a circuit, to divide the voltage in a circuit, to provide a reference voltage, or to create a voltage drop in a circuit. The value of a resistor is expressed in ohms, and it determines the amount of resistance that the resistor offers to the flow of electrical current. The higher the value of the resistor, the more resistance it offers, and the lower the current that will flow through it.
  • A 100K resistor is often used in a variety of electronic circuits, such as in voltage dividers, current limiting circuits, and as pull-up or pull-down resistors in digital circuits. It is important to choose the correct value of resistor for a specific application to ensure that the circuit functions as intended.