NEW PRODUCTS – Through-Hole Resistors – 220 ohm-100K ohm – 5% 1/4W – Packs of 25

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NEW PRODUCTS – Through-Hole Resistors – 220 ohm100K ohm – 5% 1/4W – Packs of 25


ΩMG! You’re not going to be able to resist these handy resistor packs! Well, axially, they do all of the resisting for you! Whew!

They are carbon film, through-hole axial type, with 1/4 Watt max dissipation, 300V max voltage, 5% precision resistors. These are super common and great for use in any kit, breadboard, perf-board, or other project. We got ones with 0.4mm thick wires so they plug in nicely into solder-less breadboards.

We have a slew of different resistor packs with different ohms of resistance; check them all out here!


This is a 25 Pack of 220Ω Resistors-

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In stock and shipping now!


This is a 25 Pack of 470Ω Resistors.

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This is a 25 Pack of 2.2K Ω Resistors.


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This is a 25 Pack of 4.7K Ω Resistors.


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This is a 25 Pack of 10K Ω Resistors.


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This is a 25 Pack of 22K Ω Resistors.


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This is a 25 Pack of 47K Ω Resistors.


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This is a 25 Pack of 100K Ω Resistors.


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