Yes. A light bulb will burn brighter if you increase the current. Most especially if you increase the current that is flowing through the light bulb.
Increase the voltage to the light, and it will become brighter.
If you increase the current in an ordinary incandescent light bulb, the light bulb will get brighter.
When you increase the amplitude in sound it makes the sound louder. When you increase the amplitude in light it makes the light's intensity brighter.
if the light get brighter when your driving then its your alternator so a new one will be needed
Could be an alternator issue.
you increase the horizontallight brighter and decrease the vertical light. The plant will grow toward the redirected light.
if you increase the number of batteries,the light bulb will light brighter,if you decrease the number of batteries the light bulb light will be dimmer.
You seem to be talking about a light wave. If you increase the amplitude the light gets brighter, and if you decrease it gets dimmer. Amplitude has no effect on colour.
Sun light is more brighter than the light from flashlight in house.
when all three of those lights turn on that means that your alternator is bad. i just went threw this same problem with my rodeo
It is on because there is a problem with the charging system. Most likely the alternator is defective.
your alternator was never the problem. Its your battery and/or charging system. the reason the lights get brighter is because the car isn't getting the propper amount of energy from the battery and is having to directly draw off of the alternator. when the engine is rev'ed the alternator spins faster creating more current to charge the battery, witch is why the lights brighten at higher rpms.
The voltage regulator (which is inside the alternator) on 97 rodeo's are controlled via the PCM/ECM (Power Control Module/Engine Control Module). A remanufactured alternator for the 97 Rodeo as well as the 97 Passport (Honda), usually will fhow failure while tested in car. On the bench test, however, the alternator tests normal. Aside of the normal problems to be ruled out, ie; alternator belt tension, check for loose connections within and around the alternator, try an original factory alternator. Is this problem affecting your blower motor?
CAUTION!!! This may be a problem with the alternator and the charging. Blower fan will stop working if alternator is not charging. You may also see the battery light and brake light staying on as well! Advance Auto Parts or Auto-zone can test your alternator/battery.
An increase in bubbles on the plant when it is moved under a brighter light
A light bulb is brighter in parallel with any other resistive component than it is when it's in series with the same component.
There is not an alternator indicator light on a Honda Pilot. If the alternator goes out, the battery will not stay charged.
the shorter the distance , the brighter the light
no, the light has nothing to do with the alternator working properly, the light is only to warn you that it isn't charging the battery properly.
photoresistor - resistance drops with brighter lightsolarcell - generates voltage when illuminatedphototransistor - collector current increases with brighter lightphotomultiplier - anode current increases with brighter lightetc.Or did you want the physics?
This is a difficult question to answer, as the brightness of light is itself perceived, rather than actual. In some ways, light is brighter than you can perceive it, simply because another person can perceive that light to be brighter than you yourself perceived it. The brightness of light to the eye is relative.
The check trans light may light up in an Isuzu Rodeo, because there are problems with the transmission, The light will show up on the cars dashboard.
As the light intensity increases, the rate of photosynthesis will increase and then level off no matter how much brighter the light gets. This is because another limiting factor such as carbon dioxide or water level stops it. If the light gets too bright the heat can burn the leaves.