Used them a lot in years gone by - also the black band on the right side in OP's pic indicates it as a fusible resistor.Terry, how do you identify a fusible resistor? And, what do the bands stand for?
Thanks Terry, learned something new today. Could the OP's reading of 007Ω (a factor of 10) indicate that the gold band is a 1/10th divisor?Used them a lot in years gone by - also the black band on the right side in OP's pic indicates it as a fusible resistor.
Looked for a chart to post re the colour code for fusible resistors, but appears not to be one readily available that I could find, anyway, first colour band is black indicating it is a less then 1Ω (black = 0 so 0.xx), second band (appears violet) = 7, third band black = 0 so reads as 0.70Ω then gold = 5% tolerance.
Last band is black = fusible resistor (white indicates a wire wound resistor).
You're highly unlikely to get an accurate measurement on anything that doesn't use a 4 wire measurement system - so I don't think that result is correct - however see further below.I seem to be getting .07 ish ohms with a MESR-100
Possible, but I haven't seen the use of that sort of multiplier in sub 1Ω fusible resistors and a quick search of fusible resistor manufacturers doesn't show any values that low Lowest I could find was 120 mΩCould the OP's reading of 007Ω (a factor of 10) indicate that the gold band is a 1/10th divisor?