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Standard Resistor Value

When designing your electronic circuit, we often have to come across to make a design decision on the resistor value to choose. If the design permits, it will be better to choose a value that is commonly available. This is to ensure that you can easily purchase the resistor’s value at a competitive pricing.

The following is a reference table of the SMD resistor’s value. The number below indicates the popularity of the resistor’s value. Popularity lower than 40 is not shown on this chart.

Most Common Resistor Value (1%) SMD stock from Farnell, dated 2013-Oct


46
100Ω
100
1KΩ
132
10KΩ
132
100KΩ
122
1MΩ
70
10Ω
81
1K1Ω
48
11KΩ
52
110KΩ
41
12Ω
50
120Ω
61
1K2Ω
67
12KΩ
70
120KΩ
47
1K3Ω
43
13KΩ
45
130KΩ
44
15Ω
66
150Ω
79
1K5Ω
89
15KΩ
88
150KΩ
68
18Ω
44
180Ω
59
1K8Ω
64
18KΩ
63
180KΩ
46
200Ω
48
2KΩ
69
20KΩ
63
200KΩ
49
22Ω
62
220Ω
67
2K2Ω
80
22KΩ
75
220KΩ
57
2K4Ω
45
24KΩ
40
27Ω
49
270Ω
60
2K7Ω
64
27KΩ
61
270KΩ
46
3KΩ
39
33Ω
59
330Ω
70
3K3Ω
76
33KΩ
73
330KΩ
58
39Ω
51
390Ω
53
3K9Ω
63
39KΩ
62
390KΩ
46
47Ω
62
470Ω
78
4K7Ω
87
47KΩ
79
470KΩ
55
5K1Ω
41
51KΩ
39
56Ω
51
560Ω
56
5K6Ω
67
56KΩ
61
560KΩ
46
6K2Ω
39
62KΩ
39
68Ω
60
680Ω
62
6K8Ω
80
68KΩ
63
680KΩ
51
75Ω
41
750Ω
48
7K5Ω
51
75KΩ
48
82Ω
54
820Ω
64
8K2Ω
63
82KΩ
57
820KΩ
44