Hi. If I have input voltage of 14.5 V. input current of 1 A and resistor of 0.25 ohm, how many power rating of resistor that needed so that the resistor won't burst in flame? Thx for advance.
I assumed the resistor was in series with whatever the REAL load is, not the load itself. But your assumption may be the right one.14.5 volts divided by .25 ohms equals 58 amps. You say your input current is only 1 amp. So, your supply can not supply 58 amps. The .25 ohm resistor will be about the same as a dead short.
Apparently 9 more circuits as in post #6 but I am still confused by the ESL difficulties.What prevents each battery from drawing more than 1 amp?