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Output voltage V<sub>o</sub> of a difference amplifier
Output voltage =(R2/R1)*(vl2 -vl1) GO
Output voltage V<sub>01</sub> of a difference amplifier
v01=-(R2/R1)*vl1 GO
Output voltage V<sub>02</sub> of a difference amplifier
v02=(R2/R1)*vl2 GO

Value of R<sub>2</sub> Formula

R2=9*R1
R2=9*R1
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Value of I<sub>m</sub> GO
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What is the total resistance in a multirange potentiometer?

The total resistance is the sum of the resistance of the main dial and that of the slide wire. The main dial is made of 15 steps of 10 ohms each (total 150 ohms) and the slide wire has a resistance of 10 ohms. The two ranges are obtained by using R1 and R2.

How to Calculate Value of R2?

Value of R2 calculator uses R2=9*R1 to calculate the R2, The Value of R2 formula is used to calculate the value of the resistor 2 that is used for crating two ranges. For multirange potentiometer, R1=Rm. . R2 and is denoted by R2 symbol.

How to calculate Value of R2 using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Value of R2, enter R1 (R1) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Value of R2 calculation can be explained with given input values -> 90 = 9*10.

FAQ

What is Value of R2?
The Value of R2 formula is used to calculate the value of the resistor 2 that is used for crating two ranges. For multirange potentiometer, R1=Rm. and is represented as R2=9*R1 or R2=9*R1. R1 is the resistance 1 variable.
How to calculate Value of R2?
The Value of R2 formula is used to calculate the value of the resistor 2 that is used for crating two ranges. For multirange potentiometer, R1=Rm. is calculated using R2=9*R1. To calculate Value of R2, you need R1 (R1). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for R1 and hit the calculate button. You can also select the units (if any) for Input(s) and the Output as well.
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