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How to use a Multimeter for beginners: Part 2a – Current measurement

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How to use a Multimeter for beginners: Part 2a – Current measurement

hello youtubers welcome to this next session about how to use a multimeter for beginners and in this session we’re going to basically cover off how to measure current that the other things we are going to do we’re going to go through the answer to the question that I posed on the first session […]

Which is the Killer, Current or Voltage?

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Which is the Killer, Current or Voltage?

Hi there, after all the videos I made, there are still people out there that just don’t get it and say it’s the current that kills Not the voltage, To prove it to you once and for all I’ll be using my power supply here connected to these wires. This power supply can generate 20 […]

What is a Transformer? An Electrical Transformer Tutorial

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What is a Transformer? An Electrical Transformer Tutorial

In this video I am going to explain how transformers work and show you how to wire one up to step mains voltages down to lower voltages that your projects may need. In my project we will step down 120V to 24V but the same principles will apply to most transformers. I’ll also give you […]

Series and Parallel Circuits

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Series and Parallel Circuits

Voltage Explained – What is Voltage? Basic electricity potential difference

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Voltage Explained – What is Voltage? Basic electricity  potential difference

Hey, there, guys. Paul here from TheEngineeringMindset.com. In this video, we’re going to be discussing voltage. We’ll learn what is voltage and potential difference, how to measure voltage, the difference between direct and alternating voltage as well as current, and finally, we’ll briefly look at why and how voltages vary around the world. In our […]

What Oersted Discovered with his Compass

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What Oersted Discovered with his Compass

[Music] In 1820 danish physicist and chemist Hans Christian Oersted with setting up materials for a lecture. His materials included in early kind of battery called voltaic pile constructed of copper and zinc plates in a dilute acid solution and a wire held in place here by a set of clamps. Oersted and other scientist […]

Why Does Cold Weather Kill Your Phone?

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♪♪♪ Batteries don’t do so hot when it’s cold. If you live in a cooler climate, you may have noticed this in the form of your car refusing to start on a chilly morning, or your battery level plummeting on your phone as you stand on the train platform in the freezing cold. But it’s […]

Ampere – A to Z of Electronics

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The ampere, or amp for short, is a common measurement used in electronics, and is named after the French scientist Andre-Marie Ampere. He never went to school as a young boy, but had a very strong desire to learn, and was said to have read the dictionary in alphabetical order. At the age of 13, […]

Voltage, Current and Resistance

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Voltage, Current and Resistance

What Really Happens To Your Body When You’re Electrocuted?

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What Really Happens To Your Body When You’re Electrocuted?

Hey there and welcome to Life Noggin. Electricity has allowed for some great things in our world, but it can also be pretty dangerous. In the United States alone, a little under 100 people a year are killed from being electrocuted in the workforce and about another 60 electrocutions occur from consumer products like power […]