Resistor Values linen-weave pashmina scarf.
Resistor Code linen-weave pashmina scarf. There's no place like ohm, resistance is futile! Who said engineers can't dress? We place no value on that statement. To those who don't know, when seeing this scarf in action, it's a nifty mod-stripe pattern. To those who do, it is some perfect minimalist geekiness. How can you resist...these are irresistible. What is your tolerance?
Vintage-inspired resistor values: 3.1k ohms, 5% tolerance. (orange, brown, red, gold stripes). Shown on sand and sky blue.
• Pattern: Resistor code stripes
• Fabric: Viscose (modal linen).
• Texture: Woven linen-like.
• Weight: Perfect for all seasons.
• Printing ink: Non-toxic, waterbased ink.
• Scarf size: 74" x 28" with 3" tassels on both ends.
• Print size: 25" x 12" at one end.
• Print color: orange, brown, red, gold stripes
• Scarf color: light blues + browns
• Care: Hand wash cold; lay flat or hang to dry.
• Creases and folds? Iron high.
The electronic color code is used to indicate the values or ratings of electronic components, for resistors, capacitors, inductors, and more. The electronic color code was developed in the early 1920s by the Radio Manufacturers Association. Original illustration. Hand-screenprinted in our Detroit studio.
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