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How do you tell what percent a SMT resistor is?

Electronics Forum | Thu Oct 16 10:56:23 EDT 2003 | james

We received some parts from our stores room with out a part number. We have 2 to choose from one being a 5% and one being a .1%. Does the color of the resistor mean anything? Just need some help on this. Thanks.

How do you tell what percent a SMT resistor is?

Electronics Forum | Thu Oct 16 13:36:01 EDT 2003 | russ

The color does mean something, If you know the manufacturer their spec sheet will tell you. The three and 4 digit only applies to larger resistors, There are 1% 0603 that have only 3 digits. You may want to just call them all 5%. Russ

SMT Adhesive

Electronics Forum | Thu Sep 28 10:49:47 EDT 2006 | pavel_murtishev

Good afternoon, We use PD955M daily and are also happy with PD955M. Consider PD955�s printable version: PD955 PY or PD955 PR (difference is only in color: red or yellow). Do not use IPA for cleaning. IPA tends to harden adhesive making cleaning extr

Best practices for changeover --Leaded > Lead-free > Leaded--

Electronics Forum | Tue Dec 16 22:09:36 EST 2014 | deanm

The critical operations where cross contamination can occur is the paste printer, the touch up station and the hand soldering station. Hand insertion should not be a problem if the parts are kitted or issued with proper control. If possible I would

Alternatively Colored SMT Adhesive (Chip bonder)

Electronics Forum | Wed Aug 09 13:30:29 EDT 2006 | dsoohoo

I am searching (though so far unsuccessfully) for an SMT adhesive that I can get in both white and black as opposed to the common red. My company does a lot of work with LED's and the red bonder has a tendency to affect the light output of LED's with

new OMRON VT-RNS-pt PCB Inspection

Electronics Forum | Sat Apr 21 07:05:32 EDT 2012 | doremi

Hello sergio, Probably it is too late to answer to your question, but I can not withstand to say some good words about Omron AOI. I'm located in Europe, 6 years ago our company wanted to make some Japanese manufacturers like Mazda & Toyota our client

SMT termination visual and solderability issues.

Electronics Forum | Tue Feb 14 13:16:49 EST 2006 | Carol Stirling

CRITICAL DILEMA! Has anyone run into the problem described below and if so, what was the fix (besides not dealing with this Supplier)? Also, we do not have component manufacturing process experience. We are purchasing a surge resistor that function

Re: Which SMD placement machines are easiest to use?

Electronics Forum | Thu Jan 27 06:12:14 EST 2000 | Dean

Opeator point of view: 1. eassy to read menues. Organized structure. Large text and use of color to indicate important info status...green=good, yellow= warning, red=fatal etc. Simplicity rules in this realm. GUI are great for operations screens

Why AOI. Features one should look while considering AOI

Electronics Forum | Tue Aug 10 16:55:19 EDT 2004 | mriddle

RS, It seems you've been doing your homework. However, the real question is what do you need to do with AOI? 1) What is your minimum cycle time? This would help you to determine the speed you need and whether "scan on the fly" is warranted. Also,

Re: Transient Voltage Suppressors

Electronics Forum | Fri Mar 12 20:19:46 EST 1999 | Dean

AVX and a few other companies make these chip transient voltage suppressors (TVS) parts that are a real *PAIN* to use. According to AVX: "Due to the semiconducting nature of the doped Zinc Oxide (ZnO) ceramic material, SMT TransGuards ar

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