Sip resistor for circuit

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  1. nonsuchpro

    Thread Starter New Member

    May 31, 2013
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    Hello all.

    I am currently working on this synthesizer project and am wondering (by looking at this schematic) if can I use SIP resistors for the 7 in series on each side. If so which type? A, B, C or D? Below is the schematic I'm working on and then the SIP types.

    Thanks in advance!
    Rob

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    Type A - SIP
    Single row, isolated, individual resistors,
    each having two pins on the network.
    Total pin and resistor count given for each part.
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    Type B - SIP
    Single row, ONE Common pin with
    all resistors bussed to remaining pins.
    Total pin and resistor count given for each part. ​
    [​IMG]

    Type C - DIP
    Dual row pins, isolated, individual resistors
    each with 2 adjacent pins, ie. 1-14, 2-13 etc.
    Total pin and resistor count given for each part.
    [​IMG]

    Type D - DIP
    Dual row pins, ONE Common pin with
    all resistors bussed to remaining pins.
    Total pin and resistor count given for each part. ​
    [​IMG]



     
  2. #12

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    Type A or C, if they can stand the amount of voltage (therefore power) you are asking them to survive.
     
  3. KJ6EAD

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    A (isolated SIP) or C (isolated DIP) if you connect them right but note that there are 8, not 7, resistors in the ladder on the right side of the schematic.
     
  4. nonsuchpro

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    May 31, 2013
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    Awesome! I'm so glad I asked because I probably would have gone with B or D... heh.
    9-12v max is what I need. The SIPs just sounded like a good idea, but I've never worked with them before. It makes sense that they would accept less voltage.
    Good catch on the 8 resistors on the right KJ6EAD!
    Thanks a million guys!
    Rob
     
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