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From: "Nucharin W. Jansen"
Subject: Re: want a list of R value E6 E12 E24 E48 E96
Date: Sat, 09 Nov 2002 21:50:18 +0700
Organization: C.S. Communications Co. Ltd.
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Umm... I also faced the same problem as you.
So I write my own programs to find them.
Vout = Vref ( ( R / Rref ) + 1 )
I choose Vref and Rref then I get list of R that closest to Vout.
> I Can't see a "300" in there?. The table seems to be an E80 series?.
> From E24 on ...
> Why can't they make some ** really useful** values like
> 400,500,600,700,800,900 instead of slavishly keeping to that 'log increment'
> formulae. Great for always finding something that will fit *after* a design
> is done.
> Useless for calculating or designing anything 'up-front' such as ratio
> dividers ect.
> How many people honestly prefer to use a 49.9k resistor to say a 50k
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