We think you have liked this presentation. If you wish to download it, please recommend it to your friends in any social system. Share buttons are a little bit lower. Thank you!
Presentation is loading. Please wait.
Published bySherilyn Hoover
Modified over 4 years ago
By Carlin Bright
Electricity The flow of electrons in a conductor
Conductor A material that permits the flow of electricity (like an electrical wire)
Circuit The complete path of an electric current
Voltage Pressure that forces current through a wire
Volts The SI unit for voltage
Current The volume of electrons flowing through the conductor
Ampere The base SI unit of electrical current
Resistance A way to measure the amount of work a component in a circuit can do. Something that is harder to run has more resistance.
Ohm The SI unit of electrical resistance
Watt One ampere under one volt of pressure (I×V)
Service Drop An electrical line running from a utility pole to a customer’s building or other premises
Service Entrance The fittings and conductors that bring electricity into the building
Service Panel The main distribution box that receives the electricity and distributes it to various points in the house through branch circuits.
Conduit Pipes or enclosed channels through which conductors are run
Connectors Secure connections between two or more conductors and conduit
Electrical Wiring Wires, boxes, and devices that control the distribution and use of electricity
Circuit Breaker A device for interrupting an electric circuit to prevent excessive current from damaging the equipment in the circuit or from causing a fire
Fuse A safety device that breaks the circuit when it is overloaded by melting a fusible link
Switching Controls the current to lights and appliances
Receptacle A contact device installed at an outlet for the connection of a portable lamp, appliance, or other electric device by means of a plug or a cord
Lighting Outlet An outlet designed to provide use of a lighting fixture
Convenience Outlet A device attached to a circuit to allow electricity to be drawn off for appliances or lighting
Basic House Wiring.
ELECTRICAL SAFETY Safety Training for the Non-Qualified.
Electrical Principles and Wiring Materials. Principles of Electricity n Electricity is a form of energy that can produce light, heat, magnetism, chemical.
EET Survey of Electronics
Electrical Power Systems
Construction Methods and Materials Electric Electric.
Electricity Calculating Electric Power When installing new appliances, equipment, tools, or any type of electrical convenience, it is important to know.
Electrical Principles and Wiring Materials
The Home Inspection Book: A Guide for Professionals By Marcia Darvin Spada Copyright, Thomson/South-Western, 2003, Revised, 2006.
Safety Training For The Non-Qualified
Circuits & Electronics
Electrical Review Electricity Resistance Insulator
Table of Contents Electricity.
Circuits Series and Parallel. Series and Parallel Circuits Circuits usually include three components. One is a source of voltage difference that can.
P German physicist Georg Ohm ( ) found relationship between potential difference & current. He kept potential difference & current.
Circuits and Electronics. Circuits A circuit is a closed path through which a continuous charge can flow. A circuit is a closed path through which a continuous.
Electrical Principles and Wiring Materials Unit #31.
=Ohms_Law Voltage (Volts) Current (Amps) Resistance (Ohms or Ω)
© 2020 SlidePlayer.com Inc. All rights reserved.