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Resistor Networks

Individual Resistors [Resistor Array]
Although a 14-pin DIP is shown below, other component packages are possible. This package style [interconnect style] is used when there is no common connection point for the individual resistors.

R-Network schematic
14-pin Resistor Arrays

Individual Resistors, common connection
The resistor array shown below shows a 14-pin DIP arrangement. The eight individual resistors each have a node that only connectors to one pin of the device, with no resistors connected to any other resistor in the package.
Common usage; tie pin 14 to Vcc, and use each resistor as a pull-up. Tie pin 14 to ground and use each resistor as a termination.

Common Connection Networks are used when many of the same value resistor connect to the same point, normally a voltage node [Vcc or Ground]. These resistors within the package will normally always be the same value.

Resistor Network, parallel connection [Thevenin]
Common usage; bus termination. Normally pin 14 will connect to Vcc and pin 7 will connect to ground.

The Parallel Connection Network will be one of the few network packages that will contain two different value resistors. As shown in the package graphic above; Resistor R1 will be one value while Resistor R2 will be some different value. There are many different value combinations that relate to standard bus termination schemes.

14-pin R-Network package physical dimensions
14-pin Resistor Arrays

Refer to the table to the right to see standard values for both R1 and R2, or the table below for value 'R'. There are other possible common values not shown. Also refer to the definition of Termination Resistor, which is part of the section of Resistor Terms. The networks shown above are produced in DIP Network Package Styles.

There are many possible common values for this style of resistor package. Use the table of values below to select a resistor.
This package orientation could be used to pull-up Unused Inputs on ICs. Or to bring Tri-state outputs to a valid logic level.

Resistor Values;

22 27 33 39 47 56 68 82 100 120 150 180
220 270 330 390 470 560 680 820 1K 1.2K 1.5K 1.8K
2K 2.2K 2.7K 3.3K 3.9K 4.7K 5.6K 6.8K 8.2K 10K 12K 15K
18K 20K 22K 27K 33K 39K 47K 56K 68K 82K 100K 120K
150K 180K 220K 270K 330K 390K 470K 560K 680K 820K 1M --

Related Resistor Components;
14-pin DIP [above]
16-pin DIP Network Schematic, Dual In-Line Package.
20-pin DIP Network Schematic, Dual In-Line Package.

20-pin LLCC Network Schematics, Leadless Chip Carrier.
16-pin LLCC Network Schematic, Leadless Chip Carrier.
6-pin DLCC Network Schematic, Dual Leadless Chip Carrier.
36-pin BGA Array Schematic, Ball Grid Array.

Bused Resistor Network Schematic, SIP, Single In-Line Package.
Isolated Resistor Network Schematic, SIP, Single In-Line Package
Dual Termination Resistor Network Schematic, SIP Single InLine Pack
Non-standard Resistor Network Schematic, 6-pin SIP

Dual Passive; RC Network Schematic.

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