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Electrical

Difference between the electric circuit and magnetic circuit

Explain about the Electric circuit A simple electric circuit consists of a voltage source, some kind of load, and a conductor between the voltage source...
Control Valve

Various types of Solenoid valves and their schematics

What is a solenoid valve? This type of valve is used when we need to control the flow of the fluid automatically, these valves are...

What is a limit switch and how does it work?

What is the purpose of a limit switch? Is limit switch a sensor? A limit switch is a low power switch which, is a snap-action...
Electrical

How to read the electrical diagram, and what are the symbols involved in it?

Electrical drawings are single-line drawings that use certain symbols to represent the electrical equipment. Electrical diagrams are mostly multi-sheet drawings of the wiring of the...
Temperature Measurement

What is RTD? What is the difference between 2 wire, 3 wire, and 4 wire RTD?

What is RTD? An RTD can be used to detect the temperature, it would vary its resistive property according to the temperature variations. Basically, it...
PLC

How various logic gates are used to do the ladder logic?

What is a logic gate? We can define a logic gate as a digital circuit and mostly it would have two inputs. The logic gates...
Electrical

What is a transistor and what are its types?

What is a transistor? The transistor is an active component and a semiconductor device that is used as an amplifier to amplify the high- and...
Electrical

What is a single line diagram and what are the various components involved in it?

A single-line diagram would use graphical symbols and single lines to indicate the components and path of an electrical circuit. We won’t be able to...
Electrical

Various circuits involved in Electronics and their components

An electronic circuit is comprised of various electronic components, like resistors, capacitors, inductors, transistors, and diodes, connected by conductive wires and through the path an...
Instrumentation

What is a 2-wire, 3- wire, and 4 – wire transmitter, and how are they different from each other?

A transmitter is an electronic device that would convert the process variables such as frequency, pressure, temperature, and flow to a 4-20mA signal. So this...