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unit 1.1A


TermDefinitionExample Sentence
Breadboard A circuit noard for wiring temporay circuits, usally used for prototypes or a laboratory work.
Cinventional Current
Digital Multi-Meter(DMM)
Engineering Notation
Kirchhoff current Law (KVL)
Ohm Law
Parallel Circuit
Rsistance opposite to current. Units is the ohm.
Resistor Color Code Coding system of colored stripes on a resistor to indicate the resistor
Scientific Notation Numbers entered as a number from one to ten multiplied by a power of ten
Series Circuit one that has only one path current
SI Notation Abbreviation of system international a system of practical units based on the meter. kilograms, second, ampere, kelvin, mole and candela
Solder Metallic alloy of tin and lead that is used to join two metal surfaces
Soldering Processs of joining two metallic surface to make an electrical contact by melting solder ( usually tin and lead ) across them.
Soldering Iron Tool with an internal heating element used to heat surface being soldered to the point where solder becomes molten.
Analog A way of repesenting some phyical quantiy, such as temperature or velocity, by a propportional continuous voltage or current. An anaolg voltage or current can have any value within a defined range
Created by: ethan rodriguez