(12C) Resistors in Parallel

10282018, 09:23 AM
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RE: (12C) Resistors in Parallel
(10252018 12:50 PM)Albert Chan Wrote: Dieter had a better program, with more accuracy by doing R = R1 R2 / (R1 + R2) Here is how you can do it on the 12C: Code: 01 ENTER As already pointed out, this is all you need for both calculations: Add up parallel resistors: enter resistor values, one ofter another, and press [R/S] Simply think of [R/S] as an "add resistor" key. Find the required resistor for a given total: enter resistors as before, finally enter the desired total and press [CHS] [R/S] [CHS] Example 1: Two, three, four or more resistors in parallel. 50 [ENTER] 65 [R/S] => 28,26 120 [R/S] => 22,87 250 [R/S] => 20,96 Example 2: Find the missing resistor. Assume you have 100 and 220 Ω, and a total of 50 Ω is required. 100 [ENTER] 220 [R/S] => 68,75 50 [CHS] [R/S] [CHS] => 183,33 Or for Gamo's example: 50 [ENTER] 28,2608 [CHS] [R/S] [CHS] => 65 Dieter 

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(12C) Resistors in Parallel  Gamo  10252018, 10:18 AM
RE: (12C) Resistors in Parallel  Albert Chan  10252018, 12:50 PM
RE: (12C) Resistors in Parallel  Dieter  10282018 09:23 AM
RE: (12C) Resistors in Parallel  Thomas Klemm  10252018, 02:57 PM
RE: (12C) Resistors in Parallel  Gamo  10262018, 05:01 AM

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