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Electronics. Dan Simon Cleveland State University ESC 120. Voltage. Voltage is the amount of work needed to move an electric charge High voltage in an electrical system is like high pressure in a hydraulic system

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Electronics

Electronics

Dan SimonCleveland State UniversityESC 120

Revised August 28, 2010


Voltage

Voltage

  • Voltage is the amount of work needed to move an electric charge

  • High voltage in an electrical system is like high pressure in a hydraulic system

  • Common outlets in the United States: 120 Volts, 60 Hertz, alternating current (AC)


Current

Current

  • Electric current: The flow of electric charge (electrons), measured in Amperes

  • One amp of current means a flow of one Coulomb (6.241 × 1018 electrons) per second

    • Amps = Coulombs / second

  • High current in an electrical system is like high rate of flow in a hydraulic system


Power

Power

  • Power: The rate at which current flows, measured in Watts

  • Power is the product of voltage and current

    • Watts = Volts × Amps

  • Typical power consumption

    • Air conditioner: 2000 W

    • Clock: 2 W

    • Television: 200 W

    • Light bulb: 100 W

Ohio’s average electricity cost:

12 cents per kW-hr


Resistors

Resistors

A resistor reduces the rate of flow of electric current, measured in Ohms: V = IR

Example: If R1 > R2, then the current through R1 will be less than the current through R2


Resistor combinations

Resistor Combinations

Series:

R = R1 + R2

Parallel:

R = 1 / (1/R1 + 1/R2)


Potentiometer

Potentiometer

Trimpot Adjuster


Capacitors

Capacitors

Capacitors store electrical energy


Transistors

Transistors

Transistors can be used as electrically-controlled switches. The current through the transistor is proportional to the voltage applied to the base.


Diodes

Diodes

Diodes allow current to flow only in one direction.Light-emitting diodes (LEDs) emit light.The long lead connects to the positive voltage.

Current flow


Solderless breadboard

Solderless Breadboard


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Breadboard

Internal connections in orange


Wire and wire strippers

Wire and Wire Strippers


Multimeter

Multimeter

Measures voltage, current, and resistance.

If you get unpredictable readings, check the battery!


Power supply

Power Supply

Regulated 5 Volt power supply: “wall wart”

You need to cut off the connector so that you can connect the bare wires to your breadboard


Breadboard

Breadboard

Breadboard with connector posts, ready for power supply connections


Led experiment

LED Experiment

Resistor value should be at least 400 ohms


Potentiometer experiment

Potentiometer Experiment


Motor experiment

Motor Experiment


Motor experiment1

Motor Experiment


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