The network resistor is composed of multiple resistors integrated together. A resistor is a single resistor.
Network resistors are what we usually call exclusion. They are usually composed of multiple resistors. These resistors are all packaged into an integrated circuit just like the integrated circuits we usually see, so they can be called It is an integrated resistor. Exclusion is divided into many other types according to its resistance arrangement, such as single-row resistance, double-row resistance and so on.
The 100 on the network resistor represents the resistance of this resistor. Its resistance value representation method is exactly the same as the resistance representation method we usually see, so we read the resistance value of the exclusion according to the resistance For example, the mark 100 means 10 times 10 to the zero power, and the final result is 10Ω in ohms. When the mark is 4702, for example, it means that the resistance is 470 times 10 to the power of two to 47K.