|[AMRadio] 2 or 3 watt resistors|
jcandela at prodigy.net
Mon Oct 31 08:08:57 EST 2005
I find myself requiring good lighting, and
convenient magnification. I have dual 40 watt
florescants over my bench, and a adjustable work light
with round lamp surrounding a magnifier. I also have a
flashlight ( 5 D cells ) handy to handle the
occasional shadow. Combine that with bifocals, and a
headband "opti-visor", and I'm set. Ten years ago I
could thread a needle in a dark closet, and not need
As for resistors, try www.mouser.com, then go to
catalog pages 450-470. They have lots of options, and
good pricing too. Mouser has low fees, and fast
shipping. I once ordered from them late one evening,
and when I came home from work the next evening, there
was a box at my doorstep.
PS Some of the resistors specify a voltage rating.
--- bcarling at cfl.rr.com wrote:
> Barrie there are TONS of sources of resistors listed
> On 30 Oct 2005 at 19:58, Barrie Smith wrote:
> > I'm starting on a couple of projects and noticed
> that my ancient supply of
> > resistors is running low.
> > I have an innate distrust of 1/4 and 1/2 watt
> resistors. Plus, with my
> > vision anymore, the 2 watters are easier to handle
> and solder.
> > Googling about for a while here this evening I'm
> not finding much in the way
> > of 2 watt resistors.
> > Don't much care if they are carbon composition or
> metal film. Never had a
> > problem with either.
> > Anyone know of a source for these anymore?
> > 73, Barrie, W7ALW
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