Asked in Ford Ranger XLT
Ford Ranger XLT
Would the dome light circuit be connected to the power window circuit in any way on a 1998 ford ranger?
How the light bulb is connected in the circuit?
One bulb would be connected in series with the switch. Two bulbs in the circuit would be connected in parallel with each other and then they both would be both connected in series with the switch. ...
Where should a circuit breaker be located in a circuit?
It should be connected in series with a circuit. Since a circuit breaker acts as an "over current" switch it will be connected just an on/off would so as to "open" the circuit during an over current condition. This will remove power from the circuit. ...
Why it is that the voltmeter is not connected series to the circuit?
The voltmeter is connected parallel to the circuit in order to measure the voltage drop across that circuit or sub-circuit. If you were to connect the volmeter series to the circuit, since it is a high impedance device, it would represent an effective open-circuit condition. You would see the voltage available to the circuit, but the circuit would not receive its intended current and it would not function. Contrast this with the ammeter, which you do place series to the circuit in order...
Asked in Electronics Engineering
What is open circuit voltage when load is connected?
As load is conected in circuit , so thre is no open circuit therefore there would not be any open circuit voltage. ...
What happens to the brightness of two light bulbs connected in a series circuit?
If two light bulbs are connected in the same series circuit, each one will glow dimmer than it would if it were the only one in the circuit with the same power supply. ...
Why is an ammeter is always connected in series with the circuit?
An ammeter is connected in series with the circuit because the purpose of the ammeter is to measure the current through the circuit. Since the ammeter is a low impedance device, connecting it in parallel with the circuit would cause a short circuit, damaging the ammeter and/or the circuit. 1) It should be connected in series, so that maximum current can pass through it, for accurate measurement of current. 2) its resistance is very low, if it is connected in parallel in...
What type of circuit would be used in a battery operated torch?
Torch equals flashlight. Battery negative connected to case switched to bulbs outside. Positive connected to the lamps bottom. Called a series circuit. ...
Why would never measure resistance in a circuit carrying a current?
If the circuit is carrying current then that means that the load (resistance) is in the circuit. if an ohm meter is connected in the live circuit then there would be some voltage drop at the ohm meter but as the meter has very less resistance, this would damage the instrument. ...
Asked in Car Batteries, Electrical Engineering
What would be the total voltage in a circuit that has two 6 volt batteries connected in series?
If the batteries are connected anode to cathode, then the total voltage would be 12 volts. If they were connected anode to anode, or cathode to cathode, then the total voltage would be zero. ...
Why would the AOL icon not appear in the Network Connections window?
The Icon will not appear when you are connected with Broadband. You can force it to appear but it is not necessary. You are connected 24/7. ...
When an ammeter is connected in a circuit which terminal of the battery must be connected to the positive terminal of the ammeter?
The positive terminal of the battery would be connected to the positive terminal of the ammeter. The load would then be connected between the two negative terminals, positive side of the load being connected to the negative side of the ammeter. ...
What happen when ammeter connected in parallel?
an ideal ammeter has zero or negligible resistance when this is connected in series no effective resistance would be added in the circuit so that the value of curret that we get is exactly of the circuit only. but when the ammeter is connected in parllel as it has zero resistance , the resistor to which it is connected in parllel gets shorted and due to his the effective resistance of the circuit is changed and so the effective current ......
If a fourth bulb were added in a similar way to the three existing bulbs what would happen to the resistance in the circuit?
If a fourth bulb were added in a similar way to the three existing bulbs, the resistance in the circuit would go up if the bulbs were series connected, and it would go down if the bulbs were parallel connected. ...
Asked in Home Electricity, Electrical Engineering
Explain whether or not a fuse or circuit breaker should be conected in parallel to the circuit is protecting?
If you were to connect a fuse or circuit breaker in parallel with a circuit, it would create a short circuit and immediately melt (fuse) or trip (circuit breaker). These devices must be connected in series with the load. ...