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    Iron-hydrogen resistor

Iron-hydrogen resistor

 

 

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 glass bulb like a light bulb, in which an iron wire is located. This resistor has a positive temperature coefficient of resistance.[url=http://www.utsource.net/hm6116.html]hm6116[/url]

 This characteristic made it useful for stabilizing circuits against fluctuations in power supply voltages.The modern successor to this device is the[url=http://www.utsource.net/alps.html]alps[/url]

 current source.When the current rises the temperature will increase. The higher temperature leads to a higher electrical resistance, opposing the increase in current. The hydrogen[url=http://www.utsource.net/P2803NVG.html]P2803NVG[/url]

 filling protects the iron not only against oxidation, but enhances the effect since the solubility of hydrogen in iron will increase when the temperature increases, resulting in the higher resistance.Iron-hydrogen[url=http://www.utsource.net/PT2422.html]PT2422[/url]

 resistors were used in the early vacuum tube systems in series with the heaters of electron tubes to stabilize the heater current against fluctuating supply voltage.

 

 

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