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Old 18th June 2013, 04:39 PM   #1
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Default good non metal- oxide metalk resistor - not inductive 10 w searching...

hi,
I like MILLS 12 W 1%, BUT THEY ARE EXPANSIVE...
- rIKEN MAJBE BETER , BUT THE PRICE I THINK IT IS HIGH ( CORRECT IF I'M WRONG)
allen brADLEY ,DO SOMEONE know a post where (in europe , possibily) is oppossible found themsat reasonabily prices because must be paralleled for maske a 10 watt!!!

Dayton 2% not inductive i have found more than decent and cheap.

If someone know validates altetrnatives , please let me now!!

P.S.: differently I 'll must be selectionated and parallelled 40 pieces of 0,25 watts normal carbon ultracheap resistors 5% to make a 10 watt single!
All considered, is a eventuality tonot discard, expeciallyif tollerances is not so important, the sound Imhjo is very oK!!!




thanks for reading
Paolo

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Old 20th June 2013, 03:07 PM   #2
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Mills MRA-12 is not so expensive compared to its quality.
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Old 24th June 2013, 01:07 PM   #3
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I agree, Allen Bradley apart, never heard so well, compared to ordinary, cheap, resistors.

What about RIKEN?

cheers,
Paolo
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