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10A-102J
10A-102J Overview

The Exclusion network resistor 10A-102J is a through-hole type of resistor network consisting of eight interconnected resistors with a nominal value of 10 kΩ and a tolerance of ±5%. Each individual resistor has a value of 1.0 kΩ and is enclosed in a single package, making it convenient for use in a variety of applications.


The rated power for this component is 0.33 watts. The resistor network has a compact design and is easy to install on printed circuit boards. The letter "J" in the part number indicates the  ±5% tolerance rating.


The Exclusion network resistor 10A-102J is widely used in various electronics applications such as analog and audio circuits, LED lighting, power supplies and control systems, where a high degree of precision is needed for regulating current flow.


Overall, the Exclusion network resistor 10A-102J is a reliable and cost-effective component that has a high degree of accuracy and precision. It's through-hole configuration makes installation easy and practical. With its stable performance, it is widely used in electronic circuits requiring precision resistance regulation.

Sizes of Exclusion network resistor 10A-102J

The size of a 10A-102J network resistor typically refers to its physical dimensions and configuration within the network resistor array. However, the specific dimensions and layout can vary based on the manufacturer and the specific product line. Here are some general aspects to consider when determining the size of such a resistor:

  1. Resistor Network Configuration: Network resistors, or resistor arrays, are packaged to contain multiple resistors in a single component. These can be in various configurations like SIP (Single In-line Package) or DIP (Dual In-line Package).

  2. 10A-102J Notation:

    • 102: Represents the resistance value. In this case, 10 * 10² = 1,000 ohms or 1 kΩ.

    • J: Represents the tolerance, which is usually ±5%.

    • 10A: This could denote a specific series or type of the network resistor.

    • 102J: This typically denotes the resistance value and tolerance:

  3. Typical Sizes: For standard network resistors:

    • SIP: These often come in sizes like 8-pin, 10-pin, or 16-pin configurations. The pitch (distance between pins) is usually 2.54 mm (0.1 inches).

    • DIP: These are commonly available in 14-pin or 16-pin packages with a typical pin pitch of 2.54 mm.

  4. Example Dimensions:

    • SIP-8: Typically around 20 mm (length) x 5 mm (width) x 3 mm (height).

    • DIP-14: Approximately 18 mm (length) x 7.5 mm (width) x 3.5 mm (height).


FAQs of 10A-102J Network resister

What does "10A-102J" signify?

"10A-102J" is a specific designation for the network resistor. "10A" typically refers to the package size or form factor, "102" indicates the resistance value (in this case, 1 kilo-ohm), and "J" denotes the tolerance rating.

Can I replace a 10A-102J network resistor with individual resistors?

In most cases, yes, you can replace a network resistor with individual resistors of equivalent values. However, it may require more board space and increased complexity in circuit layout and assembly.

What are the typical applications of 10A-102J network resistors?

Network resistors find applications in various electronic devices and systems, including telecommunications equipment, audio amplifiers, instrumentation, and industrial controls, among others.

What is the tolerance of a 10A-102J network resistor?

The tolerance rating "J" typically indicates a tolerance of ±5% for the resistance value. This means the actual resistance can vary by up to 5% from the stated value of 1 kilo-ohm.

How do I identify a 10A-102J network resistor on a circuit board?

Look for a small rectangular component with multiple leads or terminals. The component may be labeled with the designation "10A-102J" or similar markings indicating the resistance value and tolerance.


What does "10A-102J" signify?

"10A-102J" is a specific designation for the network resistor. "10A" typically refers to the package size or form factor, "102" indicates the resistance value (in this case, 1 kilo-ohm), and "J" denotes the tolerance rating.


Can I replace a 10A-102J network resistor with individual resistors?

In most cases, yes, you can replace a network resistor with individual resistors of equivalent values. However, it may require more board space and increased complexity in circuit layout and assembly.


What are the typical applications of 10A-102J network resistors?

Network resistors find applications in various electronic devices and systems, including telecommunications equipment, audio amplifiers, instrumentation, and industrial controls, among others.


What is the tolerance of a 10A-102J network resistor?

The tolerance rating "J" typically indicates a tolerance of ±5% for the resistance value. This means the actual resistance can vary by up to 5% from the stated value of 1 kilo-ohm.


How do I identify a 10A-102J network resistor on a circuit board?

Look for a small rectangular component with multiple leads or terminals. The component may be labeled with the designation "10A-102J" or similar markings indicating the resistance value and tolerance.

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