Electronics Forum | Tue Jun 06 10:48:47 EDT 2006 | jsloot
Perhaps there is someone who can answer this question. If a 1k 1% 0805 ohm resistor is missing a corner is it still going to read 1K ohm? Or, if it has an extra bit of material is it going to read more than 1k ohm? I am guessing that when chip reisis
Electronics Forum | Fri Feb 06 08:22:32 EST 2009 | davef
Conductivity is the recprical of resistivity. So, ... * 10 uS = 100k ohm * 5 uS = 200k ohm * 2 uS = 500k ohm We're unsure of the units of your conductivity of "1,566 uS/cm". Also, is that one thousand, five hundred, sixty six?
Electronics Forum | Tue Jul 31 13:55:27 EDT 2001 | mparker
Maintain DI water to 18 Meg Ohms resistivity. You can go down as low as 2 Meg ohms, in a pinch, but I would caution on what type of board you are running if trying to clean on 2 Meg ohm. Anything that is running an RF or high frequency circuit could
Electronics Forum | Thu Jan 03 21:43:20 EST 2002 | davef
Resistivity [1/ohm] readings are determined by the "cleanliness" that you desire to ensure the proper performance of your product. Check the fine SMTnet Archives for background. Contact USFilter [ http://www.usfilter.com/ ] for help.