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Thread: Zero Ohm Resistor [OT]
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On Fri, 14 Apr 2000 11:23:11 GMT0BST, you wrote:

>I assume you mean why the different power values rather than why
>have zero ohm resistors.  In case you are not.  They are used for
>links on boards for use with automatic insertion machines, the
>different sizes I'm not so sure about.  Check the tolerance.  I had
>some zero ohm 5% resistors.  They were out of spec, so be carefull
>:-)
.. The Farnell Catalogue a couple of years ago did actually state a 5%
tolerance on zero ohm resistors.....!
>Martin.
>
>> Hello.. Just saw that zero ohm resistors are available from Royal Ohm in
>> .125 and .25W varieties..
>>
>> but.. WHY?
Different physical sizes I suspect

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