Category: Electrical

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Why fuse wires are always thin? if it is thick?

Fuse is a sacrificial electrical safety device used for overcurrent protection. It will isolate the circuit from the source when the current flow exceeds its limit. As the Fuse is not just an electrical contact, it...

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Which bulb will glow brighter in series?

In series connections, we can always encounter with a popular question, which bulb will glow brighter when the lamps have different power ratings. We know that the current through a series path will be...

How to convert phasor forms ? Rectangular – Polar 0

How to convert phasor forms ? Rectangular – Polar

Phasor form conversion is the method of changing the representation form of a phasor. A Phasor is a rotating vector in a complex number form which expresses the magnitude and its phase. Sinusoidal signals...

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How to wire a Switch box

Switch box wiring is a common wiring arrangement used in most house electrical wirings or switchboards. The given circuit is a basic switchboard wiring for a light switch and 3 pin socket with control switch....

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Extension cord wiring : Make one yourself

An extension cord also called as extension lead or power extender is a power supply expanding the box. It is a lengthy flexible electrical cable with a plug at one end and multiple sockets on...

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Godown wiring circuit diagram and working

Godown wiring uses to operate lamps/loads in a sequential manner, where only one load operates at a time. As its name implies ” Godown wiring “, it is commonly used for light switching in...

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Staircase wiring circuit diagram & working

Staircase wiring is a common multi-way switching or two-way light switching connection. Used to control a load from two different positions. That is to operate the load from positions such as above or below the...

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Electrical & Electronics Abbreviations & Full forms : A-Z

Electrical Abbreviations and Acronyms are used very often in the field of electrical industrial. The page contains a list of electrical abbreviations and its full forms, which are commonly used in electrical and electronics...

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Transformer Polarity and transformation ratio test

Transformer Polarity Test Transformer Polarity is the relative direction of the induced voltages between the high voltage terminals and the low voltage terminals. The winding terminals of a transformer possess polarities. The polarity test...

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why fuse is not connected in neutral ?

In electrical circuits, fuses are used as a protective device to prevent the circuit from an excess current flow. An excess current flow can cause due to many reasons such as short circuit, overload, etc....