# Resistor color code

Four colored rings are used to indicate the resistance value at a fixed resistor. These rings are placed close together at one end of the resistor body. Color of each ring defines a number. See the figure bellow

This color code read from the end nearest resistor, we can know that these colors have meaning:

- The first ring, the first digit of the value of resistance

- The second ring, the second digit of the value of resistance

- The third ring, a multiplier factor (a rank value of 10, or the number of zeros behind the first two digits)

- The fourth ring, is the tolerance of the value of resistance

The table below shows the meaning of the colors on the resistor body

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This color code read from the end nearest resistor, we can know that these colors have meaning:

- The first ring, the first digit of the value of resistance

- The second ring, the second digit of the value of resistance

- The third ring, a multiplier factor (a rank value of 10, or the number of zeros behind the first two digits)

- The fourth ring, is the tolerance of the value of resistance

The table below shows the meaning of the colors on the resistor body

Color | Numbers |

Black | 0 |

Brown | 1 |

Red | 2 |

Orange | 3 |

Yellow | 4 |

Green | 5 |

Blue | 6 |

Purple | 7 |

Grey | 8 |

White | 9 |

Gold | ± 5% |

Silver | ± 10% |

Without color | ± 20% |

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