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STAiR Creation By Steven Adler NEXT

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A voltage drop is the representation of energy used over a load device or resistance device in a circuit. If all loads are equal the amount of energy used over each load or resistance is equal. NEXT

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Battery Ground Open switch Closed switch Resistance DVOM (Digital volt ohm meter) NEXT

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Using your DVOM place you leads on either side of the load. Circuit with signal load on a open circuit. What is the power or voltage used over the light on the open circuit? NEXT

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A.12.00 volts12.00 volts B. 6.00 volts 6.00 volts C.0 volts0 volts D.8 volts8 volts

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12.00 volts would be incorrect. This circuit is open. No voltage is flowing through the circuit. So you would not use any voltage over the given load device. NEXT

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6.00 volts would be incorrect. This circuit is open. No voltage is flowing through the circuit. So you would not use any voltage over the given load device. NEXT

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6.00 volts would be incorrect. This circuit is open. No voltage is flowing through the circuit. So you would not use any voltage over the given load device. NEXT

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The circuit is open, no power is flowing so the power or voltage used over the load is 0 volts. NEXT

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Using your DVOM place you leads on either side of the load. Circuit with Signal load on a closed circuit. What is the power or voltage used over the light on the closed circuit? NEXT

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A.12.00 volts12.00 volts B. 6.00 volts 6.00 volts C. 0 volts 0 volts D.8 volts8 volts

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6.00 volts would be incorrect. This circuit is closed with only one load device. When only one load device is used all of the voltage or power is used. So all 12 volts would be used over the light. NEXT

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0 volts would be incorrect. This circuit is closed with only one load device. When only one load device is used all of the voltage or power is used. So all 12 volts would be used over the light. NEXT

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8 volts would be incorrect. This circuit is closed with only one load device. When only one load device is used all of the voltage or power is used. So all 12 volts would be used over the light. NEXT

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The circuit is closed, power is flowing so all of the power or voltage is used over the load. So your DVOM reads 12.00 volts. NEXT

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A voltage drop is the representation of energy used over a load device or resistance device in a circuit. If all loads are equal the amount of energy used over each load or resistance is equal. NEXT

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Battery Ground Open switch Closed switch Resistance DVOM (Digital volt ohm meter) NEXT

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Using your DVOM place you leads on either side of the loads. Circuit with two equal loads on a open circuit. What is the power or voltage used over the light on the open circuit? NEXT

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A.12.00v, 12.00v12.00v, 12.00v B.12.00v, 6.00v12.00v, 6.00v C.6.00v, 6.00v6.00v, 6.00v D.0.00v, 0.00v0.00v, 0.00v

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12.00v, 12.00v would be incorrect. This circuit is open with two load devices. No power or voltage is flowing through the circuit. So you would not use any voltage over the given load devices. NEXT

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12.00v, 6.00v would be incorrect. This circuit is open with two load devices. No power or voltage is flowing through the circuit. So you would not use any voltage over the given load devices. NEXT

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6.00v, 6.00v would be incorrect. This circuit is open with two load devices. No power or voltage is flowing through the circuit. So you would not use any voltage over the given load devices. NEXT

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The circuit is open, no power is flowing so the power or voltage used over the loads is 0 volts and 0 volts.

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A voltage drop is the representation of energy used over a load device or resistance device in a circuit. If all loads are equal the amount of energy used over each load or resistance is equal. NEXT

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Battery Ground Open switch Closed switch Resistance DVOM (Digital volt ohm meter) NEXT

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Using your DVOM place you leads on either side of the loads. Circuit with two loads on a closed circuit. What is the power or voltage used over each of the lights on the closed circuits? NEXT

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A.12.00v, 12.00v12.00v, 12.00v B.12.00v, 6.00v12.00v, 6.00v C.6.00v, 6.00v6.00v, 6.00v D.0.00v, 0.00v0.00v, 0.00v

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12.00 volts, 12.00 volts would be incorrect. This circuit is closed with two load devices. When two equal load devices are used, half of the voltage or power is used over each load. So 12 volts would be split over the two lights. Or six volts used over each light. NEXT

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12.00v, 6.00v would be incorrect.. This circuit is closed with two load devices. When two equal load devices are used, half of the voltage or power is used over each load. So 12 volts would be split over the two lights. Or six volts used over each light. NEXT

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0.00v, 0.00v would be incorrect.This circuit is closed with two load devices. When two equal load devices are used, half of the voltage or power is used over each load. So 12 volts would be split over the two lights. Or six volts used over each light. NEXT

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This circuit is closed with two load devices. When two equal load devices are used, half of the voltage or power is used over each load. So 12 volts would be split over the two lights. Or six volts used over each light. 6.00 volts, 6.00 volts.

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A voltage drop is the representation of energy used over a load device or resistance device in a circuit. If all loads are equal the amount of energy used over each load or resistance is equal. NEXT

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Battery Ground Open switch Closed switch Resistance DVOM (Digital volt ohm meter) NEXT

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CONGRATULATIONS!!! You have completed the voltage drop STAiR lesson. GOOD JOB

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