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How do you calculate the resistance in a coil?

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May12-10, 04:49 AM
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Hi all. I'm just wondering if it is possible to calculate the resistance in a coil without the amperage value? i've got voltage,coil-diametre, amount of turns, coils material type.

The only way i think it is possible if i set a ampmetre into the circuit. is there any way?

Thank you.
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Hi all. I'm just wondering if it is possible to calculate the resistance in a coil without the amperage value? i've got voltage,coil-diametre, amount of turns, coils material type.

The only way i think it is possible if i set a ampmetre into the circuit. is there any way?

Thank you.
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