The 1433B is a decade resistor from General Radio. A decade resistor is a type of electronic test equipment with a series of resistors, inductors, or capacitors to simulate specific electrical values. An engineer can replace any standard-value component in a circuit with a used or refurbished decade resistor because of its ability to configure to almost any value.
- Total Resistance: 1,111,110 ohms
- Ohms Per Step: 1
- Number of Dials: 6
- Type 510 Decades Used: B, C, D, E, F, G
- +/-0.01% Accuracy
The General Radio 1433B is primarily intended for precision measurement applications where the excellent accuracy (±0.02%), stability and low zero resistance are important. They are convenient resistance standards for checking the accuracy of resistance-measuring devices and are used as components in DC and audio-frequency impedance bridges.