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Resistor Networks

Non-standard Resistor Configurations
Many different resistor configurations are possible, with the more standard ones link at the bottom of the page. This particular page shows a few uncommon resistors schematics as found in an 8-pin Single In-line Package [SIP].

R-Array SIP package schematic
Non-standard Resistor Configurations

Additional Non-standard Resistor Configurations in an 8 pin SIP.

Resistor values
The resistor values used with each network configuration are shown along with the schematic. There is no data to indicate what these uncommon resistor networks are used for. That is, what wide spread usage caused a specification to be defined surrounding these [now obscure] resistor network arrangements.


Resistor SIP package physical dimensions
8-pin SIP

Related Components;
SIP Style; [Through-Hole]
Isolated Resistor Network Schematic, SIP, Single In-Line Package.
Bused Resistor Network Schematic, SIP, Single In-Line Package.
Dual Termination Resistor Network Schematic, SIP Single InLine Pack
Nonstandard Resistor Network Schematic, 6-pin SIP

DIP Style; [Through-Hole]
Resistor Network Schematic, 16-DIP, Dual In-Line Package.
14-pin DIP Network Schematic, Dual In-Line Package.
RC Networks, DIP, Dual In-Line Package.

LLCC Style; [Surface Mount]
20-pin LLCC Network Schematics, Leadless Chip Carrier.
16-pin LLCC Network Schematics, Leadless Chip Carrier.
6-pin LLCC Network Schematic, Dual Leadless Chip Carrier.

36-pin BGA Network Schematics, Ball Grid Array.

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