I have some blown current sense resistor and I don't know how to figure out the value of it. Resistor is blown so I cannot measure it.
Well, I know about standard rules, unfortunately none I know applies to this.
Color bands are quite symmetrically spaced, and the silver band is in the middle.
orange (or red?), green, silver, black (thicker), green (thicker)
I assume 1st and 2nd band is for value, 3rd is multiplier, 4th is tolerance and 5th is TCR.
Someone suggested that thicker bands represent tolerance and TCR.
Then it would be 0.35Ω, but black color is not specified for tolerance and green is not specified for TCR.
When I reverse order:
green (thicker), black (thicker), silver, green, orange (or red?)
Then it would be 0.5Ω, ±0.5%, 15ppm
Which one is correct? Or what is the correct procedure and value?