- Posted by Tomáš Zedníček
- On March 6, 2021
Voltage Dependence If we apply a voltage on a resistor it’s resistance will drop slightly in certain types. Therefore the resistance change is negative. The change per volt of applied voltage is called voltage coefficient, VC, and is expressed in %/V or better, μV/V. The coefficient is determined not only by the resistive material but also by the dimensions, i.e., the electrical field strength, and the time of applied voltage. Thus, MIL-STD-202, Method 309 prescribes measurements when the voltage is applied intermittently for less than 0.5 seconds.