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Aaron liked 7 days ago
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In the case of this test circuit, if we have our amperage and Voltage we can begin to calculate Ohm’s law and find the calculated resistance of the circuit or component we are operating on as shown below. In the... (More)
R.FLORANTE liked 2 days ago
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Voltage Drop is either expected and accounted for in circuit design or is present at a level not expected in that circuit’s design. It is only when voltage drop is big enough that it causes a problem big enough to... (More)
R.FLORANTE liked 2 days ago
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Voltage drop is the loss of voltage as electrons flow through a circuit due to the resistance (impedance) in that part of the circuit. So, in other words, it is the amount of voltage lost in the circuit due to... (More)