A carbon film quarter-watt color-coded resistor refers to a specific type of resistor commonly used in electronic circuits. Here's an explanation of each component:
1. Carbon Film Resistor: A carbon film resistor is a type of fixed-value resistor. It is constructed by depositing a thin layer of carbon onto a ceramic rod or substrate. The carbon film provides the resistance value and stability required for the resistor.
2. Quarter Watt (0.25W): The wattage rating of a resistor indicates the power it can safely dissipate without getting damaged or affecting its performance. A quarter-watt resistor can handle up to 0.25 watts of power without overheating. This rating is commonly used for low-power applications.
3. Color-Coded Resistor: Resistor values are often indicated by a color code system, where each color corresponds to a specific digit or multiplier. The color bands are typically marked on the resistor body, and the value can be decoded using a resistor color code chart or online tools. Carbon film quarter-watt resistors usually have four or five color bands representing their resistance value, tolerance, and sometimes temperature coefficient.
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