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Load resistance, load resistance.
Feb 09, 2018

Load resistance, load resistance.


Definition:

A load is an electronic component connected to a power source in a circuit. There should be no load in the circuit and directly connect the power source. This connection is called short circuit. Commonly used components such as resistors, engines, and light bulbs. Components that do not consume power, such as capacitors, can also be connected, but this situation is broken. Resistors are often used for loading, to absorb unwanted electricity generated during product use, or to act as a buffer or brake. In addition to high precision resistance, high impedance is not allowed in the product, which requires high quality materials and high requirements. Large power equipment, medical equipment, power equipment and other products in use often need to absorb some of the excess power generated. The power dissipated resistor used here is the load resistor. Due to its special effect, load resistance is called discharge resistance, brake resistance, brake resistance and absorption resistance.

Effect of load resistance:

Resistors are often used for loading, to absorb unwanted electricity generated during product use, or to act as a buffer or brake. In addition to high precision resistance, high impedance is not allowed in the product, which requires high quality materials and high requirements.

False load of load resistance:

The dummy load is an alternative terminal in a circuit (such as an amplifier) or an electrical output port, and the components, components or devices that receive the power are called false loads. The most basic requirement for a false load is impedance matching and the power it can withstand. An informal load that is usually used when debugging or testing machine performance. False load can be divided into resistance load, inductive load, capacitive load, etc. The false load of the high frequency transmitting circuit is mainly the frequency permit, impedance matching, and can withstand the launch power.

Definition:

A load is an electronic component connected to a power source in a circuit. There should be no load in the circuit and directly connect the power source. This connection is called short circuit. Commonly used components such as resistors, engines, and light bulbs. Components that do not consume power, such as capacitors, can also be connected, but this situation is broken. Resistors are often used for loading, to absorb unwanted electricity generated during product use, or to act as a buffer or brake. In addition to high precision resistance, high impedance is not allowed in the product, which requires high quality materials and high requirements. Large power equipment, medical equipment, power equipment and other products in use often need to absorb some of the excess power generated. The power dissipated resistor used here is the load resistor. Due to its special effect, load resistance is called discharge resistance, brake resistance, brake resistance and absorption resistance.

Effect of load resistance:

Resistors are often used for loading, to absorb unwanted electricity generated during product use, or to act as a buffer or brake. In addition to high precision resistance, high impedance is not allowed in the product, which requires high quality materials and high requirements.

False load of load resistance:

The dummy load is an alternative terminal in a circuit (such as an amplifier) or an electrical output port, and the components, components or devices that receive the power are called false loads. The most basic requirement for a false load is impedance matching and the power it can withstand. An informal load that is usually used when debugging or testing machine performance. False load can be divided into resistance load, inductive load, capacitive load, etc. The false load of the high frequency transmitting circuit is mainly the frequency permit, impedance matching, and can withstand the launch power.