## What is the resistance of wire wound resistor?

The wire wound resistor has a resistance which varies from 1 ohm to 1 Mega Ohm and power dissipation may vary from . 5 watt to 250 watt. The tolerance level may be there from 5 % to 10 %.

**Do wire wound resistors have inductance?**

Wirewound resistors, by virtue of their construction, have self-inductance and are hence inductive. In a noninductive resistor, a second layer of resistance wire is wound in the opposite direction of the first wind.

### How much inductance does a wirewound resistor have?

Reactance and Inductance Calculations

Inductance for different resistor types | |
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Resistor type | Inductance |

Wirewound | 0.03 – 56 μH |

Foil | <0.08 μH |

Metal oxide | 3 – 200 nH |

**Why are wire wound resistors used in low frequencies?**

Resistivity of the metal wire Therefore, the wire wound resistor provides high resistance to the electric current. On the other hand, a metal wire with low resistance blocks small amount of electric current. Therefore, the wire wound resistor provides low resistance to the electric current.

#### Are wire wound resistors fixed or variable?

Types of fixed resistors. The different types of fixed resistors include: Wire wound resistor.

**What is the value of carbon composition resistor?**

Carbon composition resistors have higher capability to withstand overload relative to the component’s size. Carbon composition resistors are still available, but relatively expensive. Values ranged from fractions of an ohm to 22 megohms. Due to their high price, these resistors are no longer used in most applications.

## How do you identify a wire wound resistor?

The resistance of wire wound resistors is determined by a number of factors:

- Length of resistance wire.
- Diameter of the resistance wire.
- Resistivity of the resistance wire.

**How do you measure the inductance of a resistor?**

Calculate the inductance using a mathematical formula. Use the formula L = R * sqrt(3) / (2 * pi * f). L is the inductance, so you need the resistance (R) and the frequency (f) you figured out earlier.

### What is a non inductive resistor?

A non-inductive resistor is wound one way then again in the other direction, as shown below. This will cancel out the magnetic fields generated by each of the wires. Resistor%20Windings954×587 46.5 KB. Most resistors are created in this same manner but with different materials.

**Why does wire wound type of resistor has high power rating?**

For the highest power dissipation values, wirewound resistors have an aluminum case with fins. These fins give a larger surface area from which to dissipate heat, letting the resistor handle more power without being damaged.

#### What is the power range of a carbon resistor?

The carbon resistor is the most common form of resistor used in electronics. They are made of a sturdy cylindrical resistive element with embedded wire leads or metal end caps. Carbon resistors come in a range of physical sizes and power dissipation limits ranging from 1 watt to 1/8 watt.