Through Hole Resistors

A resistor is a passive electrical component to create resistance in the flow of electric current and used in many purposes like delimiting electric current, voltage division, heat generation, matching and loading circuits, control gain and fix time constants. The through-hole resistors come with long, pliable leads which can be stuck into a breadboard or hand-soldered into a prototyping board or printed circuit board (PCB).

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