Video: Electrical Resistance: The Sweet Spot
February 15, 2018
Can you identify the “Sweet Spot” for electrical resistance? In this cartoon video, we take a humorous look at electrical resistance, as described by Ohm’s Law. Animated sequences illustrate the relationship between resistance, voltage, and current, and show why the “Sweet Spot” – 1.0 x 10E5 – 1.0 x 10E8 Ω – is the optimal resistance range for ESD flooring.
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