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1k Ohm Resistor - (Pack of 10)

1k Ohm Resistor - (Pack of 10)

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  • The 1K 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.

1k Ohm Resistor - (Pack of 10)

A 1k Ohm resistor is an electronic component that is used to reduce the flow of electric current in a circuit. It is a passive component that is designed to resist the flow of current, and it is often used to limit the current in a circuit to protect other components from damage.

The value of a resistor is typically measured in Ohms, and the value of a 1k Ohm resistor is 1,000 Ohms. This value represents the resistance of the resistor to the flow of electric current.

Lets understand the Resistor Colour Coding better with the help of Resistor Colour cod

Resistor colour

Colour Code

Black

0

Brown

1

Red

2

Orange

3

Yellow

4

Green

5

Blue

6

Violet

7

Gray

8

White

9

    Using the above chart, one can find that the following colors stand for the respective color code. Each resistance color code has a tolerance value. 

    Let's see what are the tolerance Percentages:

    Resistance colour code 

    Tolerance value 

    Brown 

    ±1%

    Red

    ±2%

    Gold

    ±5%

    Silver

    ±10%

    Resistor Colour Code Calculator 

    The below table shows the carbon resistor colour code:


    Band 1

    Band 2

    Band 3

    Band 4

    Colour

    First 

    Second

    Multiplier

    Tolerance 

    Black


    0

    1


    Brown

    1

    1

    10

    ±1%

    Red

    2

    2

    100

    ±2%

    Orange

    3

    3

    1000

    ±0.05%

    Yellow

    4

    4

    10,000

    ±0.02%

    Green

    5

    5

    100,000

    ±0.5%

    Blue

    6

    6

    1,000,000

    ±0.25%

    Violet

    7

    7

    10,000,000

    ±0.1%

    Grey

    8

    8

    100,000,000

    ±0.01%

    White

    9

    9

    1,000,000,000

    -

    Gold



    0.1

    ±5%

    Silver



    0.01

    ±10%

    Pink



    0.001

    -

     

    Now, we will take the values of the first two or three bands from the left, depending on the total number of bands, then we will multiply that value by the multiplier to get the resistance value of the resistor.

    Note: Always read resistors from the left side to the right side. The first band is always closest to the lead and Gold-silver bands are always located at the last.

    Package Includes:

    • 10 x 1k Ohm Resistor 

    Specifications

    Resistance  1k ohm
    Material  Carbon Film Resistors
    Dimensions  3 x 1 x 1cms 
    Weight  5 grams

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    1.What is 1K resistor?

    • A 1K resistor is an electronic component that is used to reduce the flow of electric current in a circuit. It is a passive component that is designed to resist the flow of current, and it is often used to limit the current in a circuit to protect other components from damage. The value of a resistor is typically measured in Ohms, and the value of a 1K resistor is 1,000 Ohms. This value represents the resistance of the resistor to the flow of electric current.

    2.What are 1K resistors used for?

    • 1K resistors are electronic components that are used to reduce the flow of electric current in a circuit. They are passive components that are designed to resist the flow of current, and they are often used to limit the current in a circuit to protect other components from damage. 1K resistors are used in a variety of electronic circuits to perform a variety of functions, such as:
      • Limiting the current in a circuit: By inserting a 1K resistor in a circuit, you can limit the flow of current to a certain level, which can help to protect other components from damage. This is often used in circuits where the current needs to be limited to a specific value to prevent damage to sensitive components.
      • Adjusting the voltage in a circuit: By using a 1K resistor in series with a load, you can adjust the voltage across the load by adjusting the resistance of the resistor. This is useful in situations where you need to control the voltage applied to a particular component in a circuit.
      • Dividing the voltage in a circuit: By using a 1K resistor in parallel with a load, you can divide the voltage across the load by adjusting the resistance of the resistor. This is often used in circuits where it is necessary to divide the voltage between two or more components.
      • Providing a reference voltage: By using a 1K resistor in series with a load, you can create a reference voltage that can be used to calibrate or test other components in the circuit. This is useful in situations where you need to measure or compare the voltage applied to a particular component in a circuit.

    3.What color is a 1K resistor?

    • The color of a resistor is typically used to identify its resistance value. Most resistors use a color code to indicate their resistance value, with each color representing a specific digit in the resistance value. For a 1K resistor, the first two color bands are used to indicate the first two digits in the resistance value, while the third color band is used to indicate the number of zeros that follow. According to the standard resistor color code, a 1K resistor would have the following color bands:
      • First band: Brown
      • Second band: Black
      • Third band: Orange
    • The brown color band indicates that the first digit in the resistance value is 1, while the black color band indicates that the second digit is 0. The orange color band indicates that there are three zeros following the first two digits, resulting in a resistance value of 1,000 Ohms.

    4.How much voltage can a 1K resistor handle?

    • The voltage that a resistor can handle is known as its "working voltage" or "maximum voltage rating," and it is typically specified by the manufacturer. The working voltage of a resistor is the maximum voltage that the resistor can withstand without failing or being damaged. The working voltage of a 1K resistor will depend on the specific type of resistor and the materials used to manufacture it. Some common types of resistors and their typical working voltages include:
      • Carbon composition resistors: These resistors are made from a mixture of carbon and other materials, and they typically have a working voltage of 50V to 500V.
      • Carbon film resistors: These resistors are made from a thin film of carbon that is deposited on a ceramic or glass substrate, and they typically have a working voltage of 50V to 500V.
      • Metal film resistors: These resistors are made from a thin film of metal that is deposited on a ceramic or glass substrate, and they typically have a working voltage of 50V to 1,000V.
      • Wirewound resistors: These resistors are made from a coil of wire that is wound around a ceramic or glass substrate, and they typically have a working voltage of 100V to 2,000V.
    • It is important to note that the working voltage of a resistor is not the same as its resistance value. The resistance value of a resistor is measured in Ohms, and it represents the resistance of the resistor to the flow of electric current. The working voltage of a resistor, on the other hand, is the maximum voltage that the resistor can withstand without failing or being damaged.

    5.How much does a 1K resistor cost?

    • The cost of a 1K resistor can vary depending on a number of factors, including the type of resistor, the materials used to manufacture it, the manufacturer, and the quantity being purchased. The 1K resistor can be purchased from robocraze for 9-15Rs/-.