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There are only a few rules, but it needs a lot of practicing to become familiar with complex circuits.
This program has got many exercises to bring you to a high level of expertise in solving resistor circuits.
Before buying this program you can try the simple free version: it's in the Google Play Store: Resistor Circuits Free.
**Uygulama 4 renk ve 5 rengi dirençleri desteklemektedir.
**Önemli : Eğer 4 renkli direnç hesaplanacaksa 4. rengi boş bırakınız.
**Görsellikten çok kullanılabilirliğe önem verilmiştir.
**İlk versiyondur hata ve benzeri durumunda düzeltilecektir. (4 farklı telefonda denenmiştir.)
=> Calculations of the current / voltage / resistance
=> Calculation of the parallel resistance
=> Calculations of the electrical resistance with different materials
=> Calculations of the resistance difference with different temperatures
Resistors are electronic components that oppose the flow of electricity. This app calculates the resistance (in ohms) through 4, 5 and 6 band color codes. The resistor color code is a long standing standard in both the electronics and electrical industries.
Color "bands" are used to indicate the resistance value with each color signifying a number and these color bands are grouped closer to one end of the resistor than the other.
In a typical 6 Band Resistor, the first 3 color bands indicate a number. The 4th color band indicates the multiplier or in other words the number of zeros. The fifth band indicates the tolerance of the resistor +/- 20%, 10% or 5. And the final band indicates the Temperature Co-efficient.
How it works:
1. From the main page, select 4, 5 or 6 band resistor
2. Set color for each of the bands
3. Click Compute