Network resistor is a passive circuit element that is a combination of multiple resistances. It forms a convenient solution when the user needs multiple resistances [[wysiwyg_imageupload::]]while constructing a circuit. The manner in which the constituent resistances are combined can vary according to the circuit requirement. Hence, this type of resistor can be used to condense the circuit with additional benefits of low costs and improved resistance tolerance matching.This Insight covers an A103J 9 pin network resistor. It provides resistance from 10 Ohms to 4.7 Mega Ohms. The small size of the resistor makes it easy to connect to a circuit.In the 9 pinned structure of the resistor, the first pin serves as the common terminal while the other 8 represent resistances. The pin that has a dot or a similar marking (quadrilateral in this case) is the first pin of the resistor.