The 1432K 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 ohms: 1111
- Number of dials: 4
- Type 510 decades used: A, B, C, D
The 1432K Decade Resistor consists of four 510 decade resistors. They feature low zero resistance, less than 0.003 ohms per decade, high accuracy ±0.05% to ±0.10% for most decades and a low temperature coefficient of resistance. It is useful in circuits where a wide range of resistance values is required or where variable dummy generator and load resistors are needed.