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Numa

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Hello,
Please excuse the rookie question. I need to replace a resistor from an EV charging cable. I have worked out (hopefully correctly) its 150 ohm, but I did have trouble reading the bands. Can any one confirm if I am correct and advise on where to buy one. I have looked online RS, mouser etc but I am unable to find the right one with my basic knowledge

Any help appreciated
Thanks
 

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dknguyen

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Thanks very much for confirming. Do you know the best place to buy. Lost the will to live searching through websites
lol. What country are you in? Typically I use Mouser or Digikey. Digikey has a better search engine but Mouser is often a bit cheaper.
 

Numa

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lol. What country are you in? Typically I use Mouser or Digikey. Digikey has a better search engine but Mouser is often a bit cheaper.
Thanks. I just looked at Digikey and it looks much easier to search. Thanks for your help
 

JonSea

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If you are in the US, find a part at Digikey, then search for that part on Arrow. Chances are, it will be cheaper; more importantly, they offer free next day delivery!
 

Numa

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If you are in the US, find a part at Digikey, then search for that part on Arrow. Chances are, it will be cheaper; more importantly, they offer free next day delivery!
Thanks not in the US but I found the part number and looked for it on EBay. £12 delivery on Digikey not worth it for a part that costs a few pence!
 
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