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The electronics is responsible for controlling the movement of electrons carefully and in a controlled manner. It is responsible for passing on more or less passive and active devices.
They are used to limit the current passing through various points. The resistance opposing the passage of the current is measured in ohms.
Nominal value: its value in ohms and is marked on the body of the resistor.
Tolerance: plus or minus percentage on the nominal value.
Temperature coefficient: resistance varies with temperature. This variation can be calculated depending on the temperature coefficient.
Power: power that can dissipate the resistor under ambient conditions of 20 to 25C. The greater the more power will be the size of the resistor.
Nominal voltage limit: is the maximum voltage that can withstand, in extreme, resistor.
There are three types of resistors: fixed, variable and dependent.
The values of these series are standardized and generally how to indicate on the body is through a color code in wire wound resistors the value is written directly.
The interpretation of color coding for resistance image (brown, black, red and yellow) is:
1- resistance put in the right way, with tolerance on the right side.
2- we replace each color value.
1st digit = orange = 3
2nd figure = white = 9
Multiplier = red = x100
Tolerance = gold = ± 5%
3- The nominal value will be: Vn = 3900 Ω ± 5%
According to constructively they can be wound, for great powers, or carbon track.
Vary when using a tool called adjustable, whereas when they have a stem to vary them are called potentiometers.
NTC: negative resistance temperature coefficient. When the temperature of the same ohmic value decreases.
PTC: positive resistance temperature coefficient. As the temperature thereof increases its ohmic value.
LDR: light dependent resistor. When the light intensity increases on the same ohmic value decreases. They are light resistance.
VDR: strain-dependent resistance. When you increase the voltage at its ends ohmic value decreases, and current circulates at their ends. It is used to protect circuits as the excessive current flow it derives this resistance.
The capacitors are formed by two conductive armatures, separated by an electrically conductive (dielectric) that names the wrong type of capacitor material.
They are of various types: ceramic, polyester, electrolytic paper, mica, tantalum, variable and adjustable.
Electrolytic have polarity and must be respected, otherwise the capacitor can explode.
The symbols used to represent the capacitors are:
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