Resistor

Resistor,

Definition of Resistor:

  1. A device having a designed resistance to the passage of an electric current.

  2. A device used in electrical current conduction to control the direction of the current flowing to a circuit by applying resistance. Resistors may be fixed or variable, both controlling the flow of current differently.

How to use Resistor in a sentence?

  1. If you are working in a factory you need to make sure that you have a high quality resistor so there will be no electrical problems.
  2. There were many elements involved in the detailed and exact relationship between electrical parts including a resistor which helped tremendously balance out the flow of electricity.
  3. Usually this circuit consist of only resistors and capacitors.
  4. Michaels science project taught him that metal is a good conductor of electricity, allowing it to flow along a circuit, but plastic is a resistor and will stop the current.

Meaning of Resistor & Resistor Definition