soviet resistor identification help and maybe lamps?
Maciej W. Rozycki
macro at linux-mips.org
Fri Mar 20 13:14:51 CDT 2020
On Sun, 8 Mar 2020, Curious Marc via cctech wrote:
> On the Russian resistors I saw, the value was what is written on it. If
> you can’t measure them, maybe there is some conformal coating or
> corrosion on the leads? You’d need to scratch that off.
At least in the 1980s they used R, K or M respectively as a decimal point
and unit designator both at a time. So say M56 would be 0.56MΩ, 1K5 would
be 1.5kΩ and 22R would be 22Ω. On some parts the designation could be
split between lines.
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