RESISTOR COLOR CODE GUIDE


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1 RESISTOR COLOR CODE GUIDE  Band Code. KΩ % st th nd rd Color st Band st nd Band rd Band nd rd Decimal Multiplier K, K, K, M,, M,,,,,,,.. th th % % % % %  Band Code Ω % Resistor Lead Left Calculation Right First Band Second Band Multiplier Band Band x, % KΩ % The or band is always placed to the right. The resistor value is read from the left to right. Equation If there is no tolerance band, then find the side that has a band closest to a lead and make that the first band. x, =,, = K Resistor = K with a % Copyright Point Engineering All Rights Reserved Page
2 (G) (s) Band % % % % +  % +  % +  % % Resistance Resistor Color Code Notation Band Band Band. ohm R. ohm R. ohm R. ohm R. ohm R. ohm R. ohm R. ohm R. ohm R. ohm R. ohm R. ohm R. ohm R. ohm R. ohm R. ohm R. ohm R. ohm R. ohm R. ohm R. ohm R. ohm R. ohm R. ohm R. ohm R. ohm R. ohm R. ohm R. ohm R. ohm R. ohm R. ohm R ohm R ohm R ohm R ohm R ohm R ohm R ohm R ohm R ohm R ohm R ohm R Band Copyright Point Engineering All Rights Reserved Page
3 (G) (s) Band % % % % +  % +  % +  % % Resistor Color Code ohm R ohm R ohm R ohm R ohm R ohm R ohm R ohm R ohm R ohm R ohm R ohm R ohm R ohm R ohm R ohm R ohm R ohm R ohm R ohm R ohm R ohm R ohm R ohm R ohm R ohm R ohm R ohm R ohm R ohm R ohm R ohm R ohm R ohm R ohm R ohm R ohm R. k K. k K. k K. k K. k K. k K. k K Band Copyright Point Engineering All Rights Reserved Page
4 (G) (s) Band % % % % +  % +  % +  % % Resistor Color Code Band. k K. k K. k K. k K. k K. k K. k K. k K. k K. k K. k K. k K. k K. k K. k K. k K. k K k K k K k K k K k K k K k K k K k K k K k K k K k K k K k K k K k K k K k K k K k K k K k K k K k K k K k K Copyright Point Engineering All Rights Reserved Page
5 Orang (G) (s) Band % % % % +  % +  % +  % % Resistor Color Code Band k K k K k K k K k K k K k K k K k K k K k K k K k K Yello k K k K k K k K k K k K k K k K M M. M M. M M. M M. M M. M M. M M. M M. M M. M M. M M. M M. M M. M M. M M. M M. M M. M M. M M. M M.M M.M M.M M M M Copyright Point Engineering All Rights Reserved Page
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