FSC 5905 Resistor

Includes Varistors; Resistive ballast Tubes; Rheostats; Resistor Networks; Resistor Mounting Hardware; Thermistors./ Excludes Resistance Wire./

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Resistor,fixed,wire Wound 5905-01-502-9267 A resistor whose ohmic value cannot be adjusted or varied. The resistance element consists of high resistance wire (or ribbon) either wound on an insulated form or constructed so as to be self supporting. Opposition to the flow of current is an inherent property of the resistance wire and is manifest by the heat dissipation in the resistor. Excludes SUPPRESSOR, IGNITION INTERFERENCE. RFQ
Resistor,fixed,film 5905-01-502-9310 A resistor whose ohmic value cannot be adjusted or varied. The resistance element consists of either a thin layer of conductive material, containing either binders or insulating materials, deposited on an insulated form; or an alloy of metal and ceramic materials, usually fused to an insulated form. Opposition to the flow of current is an inherent property of the materials used and is manifest by the heat dissipation in the resistor. See also ATTENUATOR, FIXED and RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION. Excludes carbon composition type resistors. RFQ
Resistor,fixed,film 5905-01-502-9372 A resistor whose ohmic value cannot be adjusted or varied. The resistance element consists of either a thin layer of conductive material, containing either binders or insulating materials, deposited on an insulated form; or an alloy of metal and ceramic materials, usually fused to an insulated form. Opposition to the flow of current is an inherent property of the materials used and is manifest by the heat dissipation in the resistor. See also ATTENUATOR, FIXED and RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION. Excludes carbon composition type resistors. RFQ
Resistor Assembly 5905-01-502-9516 Two or more individual fixed, variable, thermal, or adjustable resistors on a common mounting or mounted on each other. The resistors must be separable and each must be capable of functioning in accordance with its applicable item name. For variable resistors mounted in tandem with a common or dual concentric shaft, see RESISTOR, VARIABLE (as modified) and ATTENUATOR, VARIABLE. For inseparable resistors permanently cased, sealed or potted together to form a multisection unit, see RESISTOR ASSORTMENT; RESISTOR SET, MATCHED; and items which have wire leads temporarily twisted together, or are otherwise physically attached solely for convenience in handling or shipping. RFQ
Resistor,fixed,film 5905-00-001-2813 A resistor whose ohmic value cannot be adjusted or varied. The resistance element consists of either a thin layer of conductive material, containing either binders or insulating materials, deposited on an insulated form; or an alloy of metal and ceramic materials, usually fused to an insulated form. Opposition to the flow of current is an inherent property of the materials used and is manifest by the heat dissipation in the resistor. See also ATTENUATOR, FIXED and RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION. Excludes carbon composition type resistors. RFQ
Resistor,fixed,film 5905-00-001-2814 A resistor whose ohmic value cannot be adjusted or varied. The resistance element consists of either a thin layer of conductive material, containing either binders or insulating materials, deposited on an insulated form; or an alloy of metal and ceramic materials, usually fused to an insulated form. Opposition to the flow of current is an inherent property of the materials used and is manifest by the heat dissipation in the resistor. See also ATTENUATOR, FIXED and RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION. Excludes carbon composition type resistors. RFQ
Resistor,fixed,film 5905-00-001-2819 A resistor whose ohmic value cannot be adjusted or varied. The resistance element consists of either a thin layer of conductive material, containing either binders or insulating materials, deposited on an insulated form; or an alloy of metal and ceramic materials, usually fused to an insulated form. Opposition to the flow of current is an inherent property of the materials used and is manifest by the heat dissipation in the resistor. See also ATTENUATOR, FIXED and RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION. Excludes carbon composition type resistors. RFQ
Resistor,fixed,wire Wound,inductive 5905-00-001-2826 INC 37403 REINSTATED ON 010303~A resistor whose ohmic value cannot be adjusted or varied. The resistance element consists of high resistance wire (or ribbon) either wound on an insulated form or constructed so as to be self-supporting. The item must have inherent characteristics of inducing self-inductance. Opposition to current flow is an inherent property of the resistance wire and is manifested by the heat dissipation in the resistor. Excludes SUPPRESSOR, IGNITION INTERFERENCE. See also RESISTOR (1), FIXED, WIRE WOUND, NONINDUCTIVE. RFQ
Resistor Network,fixed,film 5905-01-502-9934 An arrangement of multiple fixed resistive elements or discrete resistors permanently encased, encapsulated, or potted together, to form an inseparable unit. The resistive elements, consisting of a thin layer of conductive material deposited on or fused to an insulating base, usually are electrically connected to each other and may be arranged in any circuit configuration. Excludes RESISTOR, FIXED (as modified); RESISTOR ASSEMBLY; RESISTOR NETWORK, FIXED-VARIABLE; and RESISTOR SET, MATCHED. RFQ
Resistor,variable,wire Wound,nonprecision 5905-00-001-2854 A resistor in which a sliding or rolling contact moves over an exposed area of the resistive element to change the ohmic value of the output. The functional tolerance (linearity), if given, of the output is greater than plus of minus 1 percent on linear outputs. Specified outputs such as sine, cosine, tangent, etc., shall be considered to be precision. For items having manually positioned taps designed to be set and fixed prior to use, see RESISTOR, ADJUSTABLE. For items with step by step variation, see RHEOSTAT and RESISTOR, STEP BY STEP. For tandem-mounted items designed to function together as an attenuator (and rated accordingly), see ATTENUATOR, VARIABLE. Excludes RESISTOR (1), VARIABLE, NONWIRE WOUND, NONPRECISION; RESISTOR (1), VARIABLE, NONWIRE WOUND, PRECISION; and RESISTOR (1), VARIABLE, WIRE WOUND, PRECISION. RFQ
Resistor,fixed,wire Wound,inductive 5905-00-001-2873 INC 37403 REINSTATED ON 010303~A resistor whose ohmic value cannot be adjusted or varied. The resistance element consists of high resistance wire (or ribbon) either wound on an insulated form or constructed so as to be self-supporting. The item must have inherent characteristics of inducing self-inductance. Opposition to current flow is an inherent property of the resistance wire and is manifested by the heat dissipation in the resistor. Excludes SUPPRESSOR, IGNITION INTERFERENCE. See also RESISTOR (1), FIXED, WIRE WOUND, NONINDUCTIVE. RFQ
Resistor Network,fixed,film 5905-01-502-9940 An arrangement of multiple fixed resistive elements or discrete resistors permanently encased, encapsulated, or potted together, to form an inseparable unit. The resistive elements, consisting of a thin layer of conductive material deposited on or fused to an insulating base, usually are electrically connected to each other and may be arranged in any circuit configuration. Excludes RESISTOR, FIXED (as modified); RESISTOR ASSEMBLY; RESISTOR NETWORK, FIXED-VARIABLE; and RESISTOR SET, MATCHED. RFQ
Resistor,fixed,wire Wound,noninductive 5905-00-001-2886 INC 37404 REINSTATED ON 010303~A resistor whose ohmic value cannot be adjusted or varied. The resistance element consists of high resistance wire (or ribbon) either wound on an insulated form or constructed so as to be self-supporting. The items must have inherent characteristics of inducing little or no self-inductance. Opposition to current flow is an inherent property of the resistance wire and is manifested by the heat dissipation in the resistor. Excludes SUPPRESSOR, IGNITION INTERFERENCE. See also RESISTOR (1), FIXED, WIRE WOUND, INDUCTIVE. RFQ
Resistor,fixed,film 5905-00-001-2971 A resistor whose ohmic value cannot be adjusted or varied. The resistance element consists of either a thin layer of conductive material, containing either binders or insulating materials, deposited on an insulated form; or an alloy of metal and ceramic materials, usually fused to an insulated form. Opposition to the flow of current is an inherent property of the materials used and is manifest by the heat dissipation in the resistor. See also ATTENUATOR, FIXED and RESISTOR, FIXED, COMPOSITION. Excludes carbon composition type resistors. RFQ
Resistor,variable,wire Wound,nonprecision 5905-00-001-3050 A resistor in which a sliding or rolling contact moves over an exposed area of the resistive element to change the ohmic value of the output. The functional tolerance (linearity), if given, of the output is greater than plus of minus 1 percent on linear outputs. Specified outputs such as sine, cosine, tangent, etc., shall be considered to be precision. For items having manually positioned taps designed to be set and fixed prior to use, see RESISTOR, ADJUSTABLE. For items with step by step variation, see RHEOSTAT and RESISTOR, STEP BY STEP. For tandem-mounted items designed to function together as an attenuator (and rated accordingly), see ATTENUATOR, VARIABLE. Excludes RESISTOR (1), VARIABLE, NONWIRE WOUND, NONPRECISION; RESISTOR (1), VARIABLE, NONWIRE WOUND, PRECISION; and RESISTOR (1), VARIABLE, WIRE WOUND, PRECISION. RFQ
Resistor,fixed,wire Wound,inductive 5905-00-001-3051 INC 37403 REINSTATED ON 010303~A resistor whose ohmic value cannot be adjusted or varied. The resistance element consists of high resistance wire (or ribbon) either wound on an insulated form or constructed so as to be self-supporting. The item must have inherent characteristics of inducing self-inductance. Opposition to current flow is an inherent property of the resistance wire and is manifested by the heat dissipation in the resistor. Excludes SUPPRESSOR, IGNITION INTERFERENCE. See also RESISTOR (1), FIXED, WIRE WOUND, NONINDUCTIVE. RFQ
Resistor,fixed,wire Wound,noninductive 5905-00-001-3821 INC 37404 REINSTATED ON 010303~A resistor whose ohmic value cannot be adjusted or varied. The resistance element consists of high resistance wire (or ribbon) either wound on an insulated form or constructed so as to be self-supporting. The items must have inherent characteristics of inducing little or no self-inductance. Opposition to current flow is an inherent property of the resistance wire and is manifested by the heat dissipation in the resistor. Excludes SUPPRESSOR, IGNITION INTERFERENCE. See also RESISTOR (1), FIXED, WIRE WOUND, INDUCTIVE. RFQ
Resistor,fixed,wire Wound,inductive 5905-00-001-3824 INC 37403 REINSTATED ON 010303~A resistor whose ohmic value cannot be adjusted or varied. The resistance element consists of high resistance wire (or ribbon) either wound on an insulated form or constructed so as to be self-supporting. The item must have inherent characteristics of inducing self-inductance. Opposition to current flow is an inherent property of the resistance wire and is manifested by the heat dissipation in the resistor. Excludes SUPPRESSOR, IGNITION INTERFERENCE. See also RESISTOR (1), FIXED, WIRE WOUND, NONINDUCTIVE. RFQ
Resistor,fixed,wire Wound,inductive 5905-00-001-3825 INC 37403 REINSTATED ON 010303~A resistor whose ohmic value cannot be adjusted or varied. The resistance element consists of high resistance wire (or ribbon) either wound on an insulated form or constructed so as to be self-supporting. The item must have inherent characteristics of inducing self-inductance. Opposition to current flow is an inherent property of the resistance wire and is manifested by the heat dissipation in the resistor. Excludes SUPPRESSOR, IGNITION INTERFERENCE. See also RESISTOR (1), FIXED, WIRE WOUND, NONINDUCTIVE. RFQ
Resistor,fixed,wire Wound,inductive 5905-00-001-3827 INC 37403 REINSTATED ON 010303~A resistor whose ohmic value cannot be adjusted or varied. The resistance element consists of high resistance wire (or ribbon) either wound on an insulated form or constructed so as to be self-supporting. The item must have inherent characteristics of inducing self-inductance. Opposition to current flow is an inherent property of the resistance wire and is manifested by the heat dissipation in the resistor. Excludes SUPPRESSOR, IGNITION INTERFERENCE. See also RESISTOR (1), FIXED, WIRE WOUND, NONINDUCTIVE. RFQ