What is nominal value and tolerance? In a production process, a nominal size or an actual size is specified, for an item. However, there can be a slight but accepted deviation. This deviation is referred to as tolerance. Nominal value, in Quality, is specified to provide tolerance limits for a nominal size, accommodating deviations, if any.
How do you determine the value of a resistor?
Why do resistor values differ from nominal values? The actual (measured) resistance will vary from the nominal value due to subtle mechanical and chemical differences that occur during manufacturing. The manufacturer specifies the maximum deviation from the nominal value as a ±percentage. This range of deviation is called the tolerance of the resistor family.
What is the nominal value of the resistance of a carbon resistor that has a color code red red orange gold? Thus resistance value is 22×103±5% Ω.
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