wire-wound resistor

or wirewound resistor

[ wahyuhr-wound ]
/ ˈwaɪərˌwaʊnd /

noun Electricity.

a resistor consisting of a wire with a high resistance wound in a coil around a cylindrical core of insulating material.

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