Electrical Wiring

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Yes it does last longer. It is more expensive though in the end it save money because it uses less energy.
it should work as long as the batteries are connected in series + to - what you would need to check is if the charger for the cart charges 24v or 8v if it is 8v you would need to get a 24v charger for it it would be possible to charge the batteries with a 12v charger but it would need to be hooked...
by the time of Edison's 1879 lamp invention, gas lighting was amature, well-established industry.
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There might be one on the front of the case and some on the back of the case. Sometimes they are hidden behind a door along with usb ports and maybe a card reader. It depends on what case you have. If you had put the model number, it would be easy to tell. Take a look at your manual, if you...
Yes because the more watts a light bulb means it lets out strongerlight, but with more light it creates more heat, so the more wattsin a light bulb = more heat and stronger light
Answer for USA, Canada and countries running a 60 Hertz supply service. In commercial and industrial installations it is important to have the whole building phased correctly. Usually these types of businesses are three phase. Three phase motors that have plugs on them for quick swapping in case...
Modern light bulb filaments are usually Tungsten not Carbon.However early bulbs used things like silk coated with Carbon.Filament means thin thread. The bulbs are filled with inert gaslike Argon to stop the filament from burning up with oxygen. Arclamps use Carbon rods though.
In 1802, Humphry Davy invented the first electric light. He'dexperimented with electricity and developed an electric battery.When he connected wires to his battery and a piece of carbon, thecarbon glowed, producing light. This he named Electric Arc lamp.Sadly the lamp did not produce enough lumens...
Before 1879. 1879 was when it was invented
you can make a light bulb by holding alt + 20.
what do you mean? a circuit breaker is a device usually used in domestic fuseboxesand appliances, that when a circuit current (amount of amps) ishigher than the current set to the breaker as the trip current, thebreaker will trip, preventing the wire from overheating andpossibly shorting out (see...
A rather strange question, as most transformers are installed by trained individuals who wouldn't be using this forum for help. However, it will be necessary to refer to the manufacturer's specifications for that specific transformer in order to determine how to achieve the desired output.
Three phase voltage will transfer higher power than single phase P1-ph = Vp x Ip cosφ P3-ph = _/3 x VL X IL x cosφ = 3 x Vp x Ip cosφ
A three-phase separator is used in the oil industry to separateoil, water and gas from a mixture.
Yes, absolutely. It will not hurt a thing but if the one on bottom goes out, the one on top will not be protecting anything. see this article... http://handydandytips.googlepages.com/howtoprotectyourhomeelectronicsfromlight Also you can not exceed the amount of amps the outlet provides. Two...
you would wire a float switch into the control circuit i.e, thecontactor coil (which is relatively low current but rated at leastfor the control voltage,, in most cases 120VAC). also in the samecircuit would be the overload contacts. if the overload tripsand/or the float switch opens then voltage is...
you would need a motor starter/contactor with the contactor coilrated at your control voltage. the motor is wired through thecontactor main contacts and the control circuit wired into thecontact coil
float switches are not rated for motor currents, therefore youwould need a motor starter/contactor to handle to motor current andthe float switch would be wired into the coil circuit, i.e.,control voltage source.. I'm guessing 120VAC wired through thefloat switch to the contactor coil and the other...
Answer for UK and European electrical system. Guide to connecting a new socket outlet to the power cables of aring main, and fixing it to the back box or pattress in the wall.Depending upon where in the circuit you are fitting the socket youmay have one, two or three sets of conductors. This...
No, the bulbs are wired in parallel and the bad bulb could onlyaffect others if it were short circuited, which occurs very rarely.
On 9 December 1868,[8] the first, non-electric, gas-lit trafficlights were installed outside the Houses of Parliament in London tocontrol the traffic in Bridge Street, Great George Street andParliament Street. They were proposed by the railway engineer J. P.Knight of Nottingham, who had adapted this...
To either protect them against corrosion or to make them more attractive, or a combination of both.
In cfl's their is small amount of mercury. Which is dangerous toinhale.
Glass is the insulator in a light bulb. The base has a heavy pieceof glass to separate the ring from the center, and there is a glasssupport inside the bulb to hold up the filament and separate thewires going to the filament.
If you are looking for the resistance of each resistor in either a series circuit or a parallel circuit you must measure the current I and the voltage V for each resistor.. Then calculate its resistance using Ohms Law R = V / I where I = current (Amps), V = voltage (Volts) and R= resistance (Ohms).
Change either the plug or the cord. The fourth prong is another ground. It would be easier to change the cord.
Open loop control systems are one in which Output have no effect on input. Toaster,Washing machine and a Dc motor are the examples. Consider an example of a dc motor, Due to voltage input it rotates a Shaft what happen if the load on shaft increases ???do you get the same output on same input?...
20 Chinese acrobats, or one man with a ladder.
light bulbs technically heat up a filament and if heated to acertain degree it will produce light because of the excess inenergy it has
Make sure power is turned off and locked out so no one can turn it on while you are working on it. If you are not sure hire a qualified electrician
About 1.5 lb per linear foot. A Circular Mil is the area of a circle with a diameter of 1/1000 of an inch. The first "M" actually stands for 1000, and "MCM" is interchangeable with "kCM." 500 MCM has an cross-sectional area of 253.4 sq mm (2.534 sqcm, a density of 8.96 g/cc. 1 foot is 30 cm. 2.534...
For safety a circuit should not be operated at over 80 percent ofcapacity. In this case that would be 12 amps. At 120 vac that wouldallow about 1450 watts. So although a 15 amp breaker couldtheoretically power 18 100 watt lamps, in practice you should limitthe number to 14 or fewer. I would...
comparing to the traditional light bulbs energy efficientfluorescent light bulbs uses 25% to 75% energy and saves money alsoand it lasts up to 3 to 25 times long so there is no need toreplace energy efficient fluorescent light bulbs often.
RMS current is converted to DC current by using a rectifier.Capacitors and other components are used to make a cleaner DCoutput with less ripple.
That's a 3 phase receptacle. Normally you can wire each phase ontoany terminal. The only thing is if there's a rotation involved inthe thing that your wiring you need to change any of the two wiresto change the rotation.
some feedback r insulting or inappropriate. it depend on how u sortthe question. Question is on feed back system in control system. In a controlsystem generally there is a setpoint to be achieved. Control systemaims to achieve the setpoint. However due to inherent reasons, theactual keeps hovering...
Incandescente light bulbs waste quite a bit more energy than most alternatives.\n
A resister limits the amount of current passing through a circuit.
I do not deal with classical/Old cars, but if you can, take theheadlights out (Backlights) Carefully, and trace the wires back tothe problem or if you can be more specific, i can help you. And ifyou are talking about putting in some new wires, i advise you toseek auto help, because they will have to...
The two main types of electrical wire are made from copper and aluminium. The copper wires are used mostly in installations up to 3/0. The aluminium wires are used mostly on service entrances and feeders that need conductors above 3/0. This keeps the costs down when larger size conductors are needed...
The best conductor of electricity is silver followed by copper, gold, aluminum and calcium. Copper is used for most electrical cable. Silver is too costly to be used in electrical applications. Although gold is not as conductive as copper, it is often used for connectors. Because gold doesn't...
Electricity,a power supply has a positive and negative charge,thischarge is used by metal,and the metal,or any electric conductercharges from the,negative charge,and the conponent goes outthe,positive charge
other kinds of bulbs are incandescent,fluorescent,high-intensitydischarge,LED
In an energy saving light bulb, the electricity passes through agas which causes it to emit ultraviolet rays. When these rays passthrough the flourescent coating, the become visible, white light. Actually an energy saving light bulb is simply any light bulbthat uses significantly less electrical...
Alternating current of gradually decreasing amplitude which, undercertain conditions, flows through a circuit containing inductance,capacitance, and resistance when a voltage is applied is known asOscillatory discharge.
ohms voltage Ac Dc power i think thats all i know sorry guys
Argon is an inert gas that will not support burning when the bulbs filament becomes white hot because of the current running through it. When a light bulb consists of tungsten, when electricity is passed through it, tungsten offers a very high resistance and it becomes hot and produces white light....
Australia uses 240V, while North America uses 110V, so in order foryour appliances to work you will need to get an adapter.
It works normally. Well actually there are 380 volts across twolines of a 3 phase AC source, so it should work normally.
The lights are independent of each other so if both (or 3 if youhave a center one) are out then it is likely the brake switch orit's wiring. Check the connections to the switch as well.
The equation you are looking for is, amperage when kilowatts are shown. This is for three phase systems. . To change watts to kilowatts divide watts by 1000. . Amps = kW x 1000/1.73 x Volts x pf. . Use .8 for pf on large motors..
LA is short form for Lightning Arrestor
You don't. It is the responsibility of the utility company that you purchase the power from. Request that they come out and check the voltage fluctuations. If you are on the end of a power line they can adjust the taps on the transformer. If not at least you are notifying them that there might be a...
kVA - Kilo Volt Ampere The calculation used to find kVA is P=I x E Where P is Power in Watts (W) I is the current in Amperes (A), and E is applied voltage in Volts (V) The result is divided by 1,000 to denote the k for kilo. As such a voltage of 120 with 10 amperes being drawn would equate to...
A house light circuit first needs a voltage supply. This isobtained from the distribution panel. A breaker in the distributionpanel supplies this need and supplies the voltage to the circuitalong with overload protection for this circuit. A two wire cableis taken to the light fixture. This will have...
A short straight to ground. Unplug and disconnect everything fromthe circuit and then reconnect things one at a time until thebreaker trips. That is your problem. (Also could be a bad breaker)
Total resistance decreases : 1/R(total) = 1/R1 + 1/R2 + 1/R3 Assuming each lightbulb has the same resistance : R1 = R2 = R3 1/R(total) = 1/R = 1/R + 1/R = 3/R R(total) = R/3 Before the bulb was added : 1/R(total) = 1/R + 1/R = 2/R R(total) = R/2 R/3 < R/2
You would bleed from the glass. and you would have hot lipsafterwards.
It resist the flow of current according to the resistance value.
It's a flow of electrical charge down a conductive item such as a wire.
There will be some amount of continuity in a k30. There is a coilat the bottom of the antenna base, so the ohm reading will be high,but should still be there.
Modern CFL and led bulbs will not be appreciably effected by thenumber of on-off cycles. Older tubular florescent lamps have afilament for start up, and lifespan can be reduced by number ofcycles. If operated outside rated environmental temperatures,however, some lamps can be stressed by heating and...
I'm not 100% sure, I came on this post seeking an answer to the same question... But, I do have a general idea of how it works. Basically AC current flows from the wall socket through a cord until it gets to the weird box that is in all computer chargers. This box I assume to be a rectifier. This...
Compact fluorescents, like their tubular fluorescent precursors,contain a small amount of mercury-typically around five milligrams.Mercury is essential to a fluorescent bulb's ability to emit light;no other element has proved as efficient. As effective as it is at enabling white light, however, ...
some very old tvs use small incandescent bulbs to light up power orbutton indicators, but most only contain the picture tube, which istechnically a more advance type of light bulb. I wouldnt mess withit though, as it operates at very high voltage and can store thecharge for years.
Most 3ph Motors are rated for both voltages. High Voltage Wiring(440-480) Connections goes as follows L1=>T1,12 L2=>T2,10L3=>T3,11 4=>7 5=>8 6=>9. Low Voltage (220-240) goes asfollows L1=>T1,6,7,12 L2=>T2,4,8,10 L3=>T3,5,9,11. "L"Denotes Line Side Voltage (Power Coming to the Motor) "T"...
by dividing the peak voltage by the square root of 2, or about1.414.
Because a complex wave is purveyed as a 'distortion', this generally equates to an effect on what output the circuit gives. As the complex wave is, as quoted, the sum of the fundamental and the 3rd harmonic (commonly known as superposition), the nature of the effect on electrical and electronic...
The watt was named after James Watt. The term watt in electricappliances refers the rate at which energy is generated or consumedand therefore is measured in units (e.g. watts) that representenergy per unit time. An example; when a light bulb with a powerrating of 100W is turned on for one hour, the...
it depends up on the usage of the bulbs
They are known to be the most reliable transistors.
Bad ballast can cause this, if you are using T12 tubes , upgradethe ballast to a newer T8 ballast and use T8 tubes.
You need someone with a Degausser to fix it. There are DIYDegaussers out there. Remove anything with remotely magneticproperties from on top of your television and see if it disappearsover a week or so, if not most likely a Degausser is the answer
A prism is a device that splits light into a band of colors known as spectrum by taking advantage of the property of different colors to travel with different velocities in the same medium. answered by priyanka tripathi 'diksha' frm: V.P.S.
An electrical motor is such an electromechanical device whichconverts electrical energy into a mechanical energy. In case ofthree phase AC operation, most widely used motor is Three phase induction motor as this type of motor does notrequire any starting device or we can say they are self...
Use a phone app like light meter which uses the camera to give aluminosity level.
Either all these lights are fed from one live (+ve) wire and thathas broken or you have a bad earth wire (-ve) for all these lights;unless many wires have been damaged. Take a length of wire that cantake 30A and connect to the -ve side of battery and connectdirectly to the -ve side of each light and...
I would say that probably the fuse holder is loose, this would cause a voltage drop and result in heating of the fuse. Replace the fuse holder.
The current I = 0.18257 amperes.. Scroll down to related links and look at "Electrical voltage V, amperage I, resistivity R, impedance Z, wattage P".
Yes in most cases. If you live in the US and your appliance wasmade to work in the US and you have Two Hot conductors, red andblack and your appliance says its rated for 220 V your ready toroll. If you live in the US and your appliance was made to workelsewhere in the world with the exception for...
because it can magnetize and demagnetize easily
You have to follow the lines. Could be blown fuse or any number ofother things. Follow it back to the service.
No, no damage is done to a TV when left on all night. There is adraw back though when the TV is left on all night. You areconsuming power and paying for it. As you are not benefiting bywatching a program, this action could be considered a waste ofmoney.
Electric bulb is basically an insulating device. By calling it aninsulating device it does not mean that it completely disallows theflow of electricity! It means that the device or object resists theflow of electricity to some extent. It has a coil of a metal calledTungsten which resists the flow of...
You should not have received any shock IF (a) the iron's earth wire was properly connected to the safety earth or ground pin in the plug at the end of the appliance's cord AND (b) if the socket outlet's earth or ground connector was actually connected to earth or ground. If the iron's earth or...
You're right to say that but ONLY (a) if the iron's earth wire was properly connected to the safety earth or ground pin in its plug AND (b) if the socket outlet's earth or ground connector was actually connected to earth or ground. If the iron's earth or ground wire was actually earthed/grounded...
It was invented by Alessandro Volta in the year of 1799.
A four prong plug typically involves two hots, one neutral, and one ground. The four connections are unavoidable and a three connection changeover will likely render it unsafe.
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