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Electronics

A crash course in basic electronics.
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Nick Reding

on 7 May 2015

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Transcript of Electronics

Electronics
resistance (R) - ohm (omega)
resistor
Ohm
Introductory Concepts
Units and Symbols
Components and Circuit Diagram Symbols
Famous People
Electronic Circuit
Building Labs

Inventory
Let's Build Some Circuits!
Break out the breadboard!
Conventional Current
Ohm's Law
voltage (V) - volt (V)
current (I) - ampere (A)
energy (E) - joule (J)
power (P) - watt (W)
time (t) - second (s)
capacitance (C) - farad (F)
charge (q) - coulomb (C)
battery
wire
LED
lamp/bulb
capacitor
potentiometer
photocell
diode
transistor
SCR
IC
potential difference (delta V) - volt (V)
Closed Circuit
wires
battery
components
voltage
current
resistance
positive charge
potential difference
Volta
Ampere
Watt
Joule
Coulomb
Faraday
Basic Theory
Lesson 1, 2, and 3
Resistor, Potentiometer, Photocell, Capacitor, Speaker, Diode, SCR, Transistor, LED
Georg Ohm
German
1789-1854
V = IR
Ohm's Law:
James Watt
Scottish
1736-1819
The SI unit for power is
named after him: Watt (W)
Andre-Marie Ampere
French
Founder of electromagnetism
1775-1836
James Joule
English
1818-1889
The SI unit for work/energy
is named after him: Joule (J)
Alessandro Volta
Italian
1745-1827
Invented battery
Charles-Augustin Coulomb
1736-1806
French
Coulombs Law: FE = kq1q2/r2
Michael Faraday
English
1791-1867
Discovered electromagnetic induction
For Mr. Reding's AP Physics
charge "pump" that pushes charges and causes current
"clog" in pipes that
opposes current
"pipe" for charges to move through
metal plates that act
like "savings account"
to store charge
one-way "valve" that emits light when current goes through it
special resistor that glows
when current goes through it
variable resistor acts as "dam" that can open or close its door
acts as "train station" used for amplifying or switching current
"one-way" valve
light detector
"traffic signal" for current
chip, or miniature circuit
closed circuit
battery, light bulb (acting as resistor), wires
Ohm's Law: V = IR
as resistance goes up, more voltage
is needed to cause current
conventional current
positive charges are pushed out
of the positive end of a battery and
attracted to the negative end
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