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The Zero-Ohm Resistor: A 'Simple' Passive Component?

Bill Schweber
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11/2/2016 12:42:43 PM
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Re: 0R
In response to Antedeluvian, the manufacturer's datasheet specifies a nominal resistance of 1.5 milliohms. Thus, the +/- 5% tolerance would be meaningful, and applied to that nominal value.

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10/29/2016 3:32:31 AM
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Bill Obviously there will be some resistance, but I always find it amusing when I see the zero ohm specified as +/- 5%.

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