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billy 19th May 2004 03:12 AM

Aleph 5 resister ??
 
Hello, can I put "1ohm/3W" resister in R64-66 . R40-42 & "0.47ohm/3W" in R22-25 ?

I know that many diyer is using "5W" resister on it, but I cannot find a good one of "5W" in my location.

Thank you!!

jh6you 19th May 2004 04:42 AM

I approximate that maximum continuous amperes flowing through each register you mentioned would be around 1A. It means that W=1x1x1=1. So, I think that @3W is more than enough even if my approximation is rough. For example, I use max. @3W registers for my similar amps. I find no problem at all.

Good luck.

JH


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