There is not enough information in your question to provide a complete answer. Circuit testing of an air bag is potentially VERY dangerous. Air bags can be caused to deploy when tested in this manner depending on the equipment used. I caution you to have this done by somebody who is trained to diagnose a problem like this.
Yes, an open in main line of a parallel circuit will effect the entire circuit current and make the whole circuit current zero
-circuit damage -overheating -fire or explosion causes a short circuit.
The heating element probably burned out causing the open circuit. The element needs to be submerged in coolant completely, all the time that it is plugged in.
When a circuit is in off condition then it is called an open circuit..
a circuit which is open
It shows that it is open like a clip is open on an open circuit. If you want to see the symbol of the open circuit it is an X that it is open.
An open circuit is a circuit that has a gap in it somewhere and is therefore incomplete. Many things can cause an open circuit. A light switch is a means of opening and closing a circuit; the circuit is closed when the contacts of the switch touch, allowing electricity to flow and turning on the lights. Flipping three switch separates the contacts, stopping the electrical flow and turning off the lights. Other causes of an open circuit include broken conductors, loose connections, burned out fuses, and tripped circuit breakers.
The major causes of loss of excitation on generators are due to an open circuit or a short circuit in the field winding. This may also be caused by a breakdown of the insulation system.
An open circuit is called open because the circuit has an opening, a disconnection. In other words, there is an open space in the circuit in which the electrons cannot move through.
An open circuit....
It causes a higher current in the circuit.
No. An open circuit is any CIRCUIT (from circle) which is not closed. That is; any break in the circle (circuit) makes it an open circuit.
a circuit which is open
A switch can open or close a circuit.
As load is conected in circuit , so thre is no open circuit therefore there would not be any open circuit voltage.
The excessive current drawn by the load of the circuit is what causes overloads. Applying more load to a circuit will increase the amperage drawn in the circuit. This overload of the circuit will stop when the overload protection limit is reached. At that point the protection will open the circuit and shut off the supply voltage to the circuit.
If the circuit was open, the tram's motor could not run!
P0532 A/C Refrigerant Pressure Sensor Circuit LowInputP0533 A/C Refrigerant Pressure Sensor Circuit HighInputP0533 -A/C Refrigerant Pressure Sensor Circuit High Input.possible causes, ACP circuit short to GND or SIGRTN.VREF circuit open.Damaged PCM.Open ACP circuit.Damaged ACP sensor.Possible Solution verify vref between 4 and 6 volts.
open circuit has infinite resistance short circuit has no resistance at all
in open circuit there is no current flow.in closed circuit there will be current flow
an open circuit is a circuit that does not complete the circle. an open circuit does not do the job as the electricity stands still a short circuit is a circuit that wires have crossed and the electricity takes the shortest path. and does not complete all of the points on the circuit
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An open circuit is a kind of electric circuit in which the path that the electrons follow cannot be completed because of an open gap that they cannot flow through.An open circuit is a circuit where the load resistance has been removed and replaced with an open, meaning there is no electrical connection between the two sides of the circuit.