150 ohm 1/4 Resistors (10 pcs).
This indicates the resistance of the resistor, which is a measure of its opposition to the flow of electrical current. A 150 ohm resistor has a resistance 150 ohms.
The tolerance of a resistor specifies how close its actual resistance value can be to the stated value.
Common tolerances for resistors include ±1%, ±5%, and ±10%. However, you haven’t specified the tolerance in your question. A typical tolerance for a general-purpose resistor might be ±5%.
1/4 Watt – This indicates the maximum amount of power the resistor can safely dissipate without getting damaged.
You mentioned you have 10 pieces of these resistors, so you have a pack of ten 150 ohm 1/4-watt resistors.
Resistors like these are used in a wide range of electronic applications, including voltage division, current limiting, signal conditioning, and more.
The 150 ohm resistance value is chosen based on the specific requirements of the circuit. It’s often used in applications where moderate resistance values are needed to control current flow or voltage levels.
- Resistance Value: 150 Ohm
- Tolerance: 1%
- Power Rating: 1/4 Watt (0.25 watts)
- Physical Size: 1/4 watt