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Subject: Re: O ohms in Schematic
Date: Mon, 16 Dec 2002 14:38:36 -0500
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I have seen it used on a PCB as a placeholder. It could later on be removed
for debugging purposes (or to temporarily disable/enable part of the
circuit) or replaced by another resistor (which is not zero).
"Don Pearce" wrote in message
> On 16 Dec 2002 10:29:13 -0800, firstname.lastname@example.org (Shahrad) wrote:
> >I want to know what's the meaning of the 0ohms (zero ohms) resistor in
> >some electronic schematic especially the ones that base on high speed
> >processor, like the sample schematic board for PXA250 from Intel?
> >Thanks in advance for any reply.
> It can be either a component used purely to jump over another trace on
> the circuit board, or a component that can be removed in order to
> monitor the current.
> Telecommunications consultant
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