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Chip Resistor

Key Component for Voltage and Current Control

A Chip Resistor has the ability to limit the flow of direct current (DC) and alternating current (AC). This property is used to lower the
voltage or keep the current constant in an electronic circuit. Resistance basically follows Ohm's law, which uses a material with high
electrical conductivity and a material with low conductivity together to achieve the required resistance value.
Chip Resistor's main resistor materials are Ag, Pd, RuO₂, CuNi, etc., which are used to manufacture general resistors, array resistors,
ultra-low resistors, sulfur-resistant products, high-power products, environment-friendly products, etc.

  • Ohm’s Law

  • Electrical Conductivity

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