Ohmic resistance is created in electrical circuits using a two-pin electrical device, the resistor. This determines what voltage is required in order to achieve a certain current flowing through the wire. This allows the strength of the electrical current to be limited or the electrical voltage to be divided within a circuit, in order for instance to allow the volume of a loudspeaker to be adjusted. Resistors differ in respect of their design, power and resistive material. The best-known design is the cylindrical ceramic body with axial correction wires. These wires are inserted through holes in a circuit board and soldered to the respective tracks. SMD resistors on the other hand are soldered directly on to the circuit board. The most popular and most used categories such as layer resistors, film resistors together with metal resistors and wire resistors can all be found within our range.