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Old 7th March 2003, 03:45 PM   #1
Lithium is offline Lithium  Italy
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Question Resistor in Aleph 5

Hi at all.

Please, accept my inperfect english......

I'm a new member in this wonderful forum.

I read your post from one year and in this time i have make one aleph 5 that is near to burn.
I have a question for you.
I have 12 resistor 0.22 Ohm / 10 Watt in gold-alluminium packge.
Can i use it in my aleph 5 in drain/source mos-power or they are too low resistive value??

thank's at all....

Lithium.

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Old 7th March 2003, 08:01 PM   #2
massimo is offline massimo  Italy
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Nelson Pass specified 1 ohm on that design.
1/5 (0.22) is definitely too low and 10 W are even too much.

Use 1 ohm/3 W

See you tomorrow in Montichari! Maybe.....
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