A BOJACK resistor assortment kit includes 1350 resistors, with values ranging from 1K to 10K. A sufficient quantity for your DIY projects and experiments.
Included in these kits are 50 different resistance values 0*, 1*, 2, etc. 1*, 4, 6. Then you get a This list is in the following order 5, 10, 15, 22, 33, 39, 47, 56, 68, 100, 120, 150, 220, 330, 390, 470, 510, The 5K*, 2K*, 2* are the ones to remember. The 2K*, the 3K*, and the 4K* are respectively. Seven thousand five hundred dollars. A 1K* and a Six K*, seven A total of 5K* and 8K* A number of sevens, five. We offer 6M*, to cover your variety needs
With the latest version of the resistors, you will have a better connection and stable performance features, which will allow you to finish your project sooner. The resistors have a *1% tolerance range, 1/4w metal films, and thick metal pins.
An improved humanized design with 50 pieces of frequently used resistors (100, 220, 1k, 10k Ohm) and 25 pieces of Reading the resistance color code is easy with the Color Code Guide
The RoHS certificate is part of the certification
Selected User Reviews For BOJACK 50 Values 1350 Pcs Resistor Kit 0 Ohm-5.6M Ohm with 1% 1/4W Metal Film Resistors Assortment
Seems to be in line with specs
Wires near the end of the cable are extremely thin and A sturdy plastic box holds the resistors well, and they are well packaged. Testing the kit's values on the spot has shown that the results are very good to slightly out of spec, which is fine given the kit's cost. Sadly, the end wires are too thin to be used on a breadboard. Folding the wire on itself helps, but then it gets trapped in the breadboard. If you are looking for resistors to use with a breadboard, this kit is not right for you.
| Oct 17, 2020
I am impressed by the array
These are surprisingly accurate based on some random testing We don't want you to be deterred by the low price. Putting your small parts in packaging would actually be a pretty good solution if you don't have a storage system. The choice I made was a good one for me.
| Nov 13, 2020
I highly recommend this company
This had 5kohm resistors, but was missing low level resistors (*0-) A 68ohm resistor) is used. As soon as I emailed Bojack, the problem was immediately corrected. I have ordered twice from Bojack, and I am more than willing to do so again. It's fairly easy to read the color bands on resistors, but it's not as easy to read those on the capacitors. I am very pleased with the overall outcome.
| Dec 23, 2020
Suitable for breadboards, but not for the CPU
The tolerance is not within the stated limits. In this pack you will find an assortment of resistors, with plenty of each type. In spite of being rated for 1/4 watt, however, the wires are either too thin or too thick I should use an AWG 22 wire, i. e. 36mm, 1/64") to stick into a breadboard (for which I should use an AWG 22 wire, i. e. The diameter is It measures 644" inches wide). In order to connect these correctly, over the folds, I have to use pliers and flatten the folds, then double them over to secure them. Due to that reason, I would not purchase these again. They are supposedly rated for "1%" tolerance, but have resistors included (e. g. Seven million) that do not fall under this It is difficult to sort these documents in the pack since it is so full. It would have been better to have a smaller selection of thicker wire resistors for the basic electronics class for which I purchased them.
| Mar 05, 2021
Presented in a good way
like the packaging of these products. A label is attached to each group of resistors so the color code can be easily read without having to look up the label. In addition to being stapled together, they are sorted and arranged. As an old lady with old eyes like mine, I consider this packaging very useful!.
| Sep 16, 2020
The selection is good
Basically, this is a very nice product. There are a lot of resistors, and they come in individual plastic bags with labels on them. In addition to a small, low-voltage color chart, the unit has a higher piece count on the most frequently used values. All these devices are small and low in voltage, but so are most projects and repair jobs these.
| Jul 16, 2020
Thin wires are used in this device
Although it's a really great deal for the price, you have to be prepared that the wires are The metal bends if they are bumped even the slightest bit. The resistors, as I prepare to use them, make me a little nervous. It's also a bit of a hassle trying to push them into the breadboard socket without bending them. It has sometimes been necessary for me to use pliers to prevent them from bending. It's not a bad purchase for beginners, but if you're going to use them often, you'd be better off getting something more capable.
| Jan 28, 2021
It melts before solder flows through heat shrink tubing
The heat gun may work when splicing two wires and having plenty of space to move around the splice, but when working in close quarters trying to splice wiring, the heat gun tends to melt the heat shrink tubing before the solder Solder and heat shrink tubes have to have melting points that are further apart for these applications.
| Jun 19, 2021