Electronic circuits usually use direct current sources. The load of an electronic circuit may be as simple as a few resistors, capacitors, and a lamp, all connected together to create the flash in a camera. Or an electronic circuit can be complicated, connecting thousands of resistors, capacitors, and transistors. It may be an integrated circuit such as the microprocessor in a computer.
This open hands-on model building effectively combines theoretical and practical STEM skills. Analogies are ideal in supporting and complementing this practical model making and reinforcing the principles taught.
To prevent the danger of electrical shock and the possibility of electrocution, ground fault interrupts devices detect open circuits to earth ground in attached electrical or electronic devices.
The diagrams are a big help when workers try to find out why a circuit does not work correctly.
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