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- n. Plural form of kilohm.
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The P13L offers a high power rating to 1.5 W at + 70 °C, tight TCR of 150 ppm/°C typical, and standard resistance values of 1, 5, 10, and 50 kilohms.
The VHP100 resistor offers a resistance range of 100 ohms to 150 kilohms and a shelf-life stability of +/- 0.0002 % (2 ppm) typical through at least six years.
The VH102Z offers a resistance range from 10 ohms to 100 kilohms, while the VHZ555 resistor offers a resistance range of 4.99 ohms to 121 kilohms.
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Older troubleshooting tools generally have low impedance input circuitry around 10 kilohms or less.
The BS407 can resolve resistance down to 1 microhm and has ranges with full scales from 2 milliohms up to 20 kilohms with a basic accuracy of 0.1 per cent.
The inductive reactance of a coil (or inductor) can vary from zero (a short circuit) to a few ohms (for small coils) to kilohms or megohms (for large coils).