Cable Chart for Small Incremental Increases in Resistance
Using the Samson Cable Set

 


Number of
Amber Cables
(6 units each)

Number of
Black Cables
(10 units each)

Total
Resistance
Units

1 ( x 6)

0 ( x 10)

6

0 ( x 6)

1 ( x 10)

10

2 ( x 6)

0 ( x 10)

12

1 ( x 6)

1 ( x 10)

16

3 ( x 6)

0 ( x 10)

18

0 ( x 6)

2 ( x 10)

20

2 ( x 6)

1 ( x 10)

22

4 ( x 6)

0 ( x 10)

24

1 ( x 6)

2 ( x 10)

26

3 ( x 6)

1 ( x 10)

28

0 ( x 6)

3 ( x 10)

30

5 ( x 6)

0 ( x 10)

30

2 ( x 6)

2 ( x 10)

32

4 ( x 6)

1 ( x 10)

34

6 ( x 6)

0 ( x 10)

36

1 ( x 6)

3 ( x 10)

36

3 ( x 6)

2 ( x 10)

38

0 ( x 6)

4 ( x 10)

40

5 ( x 6)

1 ( x 10)

40

2 ( x 6)

3 ( x 10)

42

4 ( x 6)

2 ( x 10)

44

1 ( x 6)

4 ( x 10)

46

3 ( x 6)

3 ( x 10)

48

0 ( x 6)

5 ( x 10)

50

2 ( x 6)

4 ( x 10)

52

4 ( x 6)

3 ( x 10)

54

1 ( x 6)

5 ( x 10)

56

3 ( x 6)

4 ( x 10)

58

0 ( x 6)

6 ( x 10)

60

2 ( x 6)

5 ( x 10)

62

4 ( x 6)

4 ( x 10)

64

1 ( x 6)

6 ( x 10)

66

3 ( x 6)

5 ( x 10)

68

2 ( x 6)

5 ( x 10)

70

0 ( x 6)

7 (x 10)

70

2 ( x 6)

6 ( x 10)

72


Note that using only black cables the incremental increases
are 10 units at a time and that using only amber cables
the incremental increases are 6 units at a time.
By using combinations of amber and black the incremental increases
are 2 units at at time (after you reach 16 units).



This page was updated on 6 October 2006