Archive for Tag: light

Mechanical Switches are Obsolete?! Switch to a Latch Circuit! EB#53

Here is a test question: What do you think has the lighting in my hallway, this power switch of a power supply and also my do it yourself overcurrent defense circuit all have in typical? If you thought that...

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Testing circuits I found on the Internet: Inverter! It does work, BUT…

So you obtained a 12V lead acid battery that you intend to utilize to power your phone battery charger in order to clearly charge up your phone and also you likewise intend to power this light bulb while you...

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The Big Misconception About Electricity

This video was sponsoredby Casta by Lutron. Imagine you have a monstrous circuit consisting of a artillery, a swap, a light bulb, and two wires which are each3 00,000 kilometres away. That is the distance lighttravels in one second....

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The Power of Circuits! | Technology for Kids | SciShow Kids

Have you ever wondered how a flashlight works? Sure, it seems pretty simple…all you haveto do is move a swap or press a button, and…ta da! The dawn “re coming in”! But what actually builds the lamp go on?...

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Shared or Borrowed Neutrals on Mains Electricity Circuits

hello Andre w and in this video we have a look at shared neutrals or borrowed neutral as they’re sometimes called and let’s fix some of the comments offset week or so ago which we asked if we do...

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The Power of Circuits #sciencegoals

Have you ever wondered how a flashlight works? Sure, it seems pretty simple…all you haveto do is move a switching or press a button, and…ta da! The dawn comes on! But what actually constitutes the sunrise go on? Right...

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Electronic Circuits | Electrical Theory: Ohm – Part 1 of 4

Peter Wheeler: Hello. My name is Peter Wheeler, and today we’llbe talking about three investigates, a gentleman identified Georg Simon Ohm, and the gentleman namedRobert Kirchoff, and the third gentleman is Lon Charles Thvenin. These gentlemen were investigates in...

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