Resistor/Shunt | 16Ω or 1.6Ω | 50W | 1% | 20ppm/°C | non-inductive | ideal for precise audio amplifier output power measurementsSold By Black Brix, Ships from Germany
This are custom built precision high-power resistors, that I use as a dummy load for output power measurements of audio amplifiers (high-power / PA). Available in 16Ω or 1.6Ω By using Ohms law an...Read More…
This are custom built precision high-power resistors,
that I use as a dummy load for output power measurements of audio amplifiers (high-power / PA).
Available in 16Ω or 1.6Ω
By using Ohms law and series- and/or parallel-connection of several resistors combined
you are able to create high power dummy load for audio amplifiers with 1Ω, 2Ω, 4Ω, 8Ω and so on ...
(see table at the bottom)
In any case you need a huge heatsink (active or passive cooled) that is able to dissipate the resulting power (=heat) to the ambient air ! (you have to use thermal compound paste !)
manufactured year 1991 in the USA
old but never used
all other technical data are almost equal to the today's modern "WH50"-type of TT Electronics plc (the successor of Welwyn):
explanation to the table entries (examples):
|Shipping Rate||First item||Additional items|
Deutsche Post: registered mail (big) (+addon)
$175.00 $ $175.00
$73.90 $ $73.90
$9.99 $ $9.99
$250.00 $ $250.00
$3.00 $ $3.00
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