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through each **resistor**, with the current in each **resistor** being the same. If the current supplied by the battery is IT, the current in each **resistor** is I1, I2, and I3, and they are all one and the same, then I = I = I = IT123. (4) Ohms Law III **Series Parallel** Resistors.DOC 3/3/08/5:33 PM 2

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**series**. or in **. parallel**. Let’s look at **series** resistors first. If there are no branch points between two consecutive resistors, then they are in **series**. In . Figure 1a, resistors R. 1. and R. 2. are in **series**. In . Figure 1b, R. 1. and R. 2. are not in **series** because there is a branch point [that goes to **resistor** R. 3] in-between R. 1. and R

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area added in **parallel** to a circuit, they have a total resistance that is less than the individual resistances. Use a voltmeter, an ameter to measure the voltage across parts of the **series** and **parallel** circuits and an ameter to measure the current through the circuits. Background In a **series** …

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Resistors in **Series** and **Parallel** Example No2 Find the equivalent resistance, REQ for the following **resistor** combination circuit. Again, at rst glance this **resistor** ladder network may seem a complicated task, but as before it is just a combination of **series** and **parallel** resistors connected together.

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RESISTORS AND CIRCUITS MODULE 02 **PDF** 5 E. COATES 2015 Module 4.2 **Series** & **Parallel** Resistors Calculations in **Series** & **Parallel Resistor** Networks Components, including resistors in a circuit may be connected together in two ways:

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2. Calculate the resistance of each **resistor**, using the **Resistor** Color Code Chart on page 17. Record the values in Data Table 2. 3. Now, connect the resistors in **parallel**, as shown in Figure 4, and connect them to the power supply that is set at 12 V. Record the voltage across each **resistor**, using the …

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2 **Series** & **Parallel** Resistive Circuits Figure 1: **Series** Combination of Resistors In this case, the same current °ows through both resistors while the voltage from the battery is split between the two resistors, Itotal = I1 = I2; Vtotal = V1 +V2: (2) In this equation, I1 is the current through the ﬂrst **resistor**…

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**Series** -**Parallel** Resistances Overview of **Series-Parallel** Circuits A **series**-**parallel** circuit, or combination circuit, combines both **series** and **parallel** connections. Most electronic circuits fall into this category. **Series-parallel** circuits are typically used when different voltage and current values are required from the same voltage source.

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**Series**-**Parallel** Circuits • **Series**-**Parallel** circuits can be more complex as in this case: In circuit (a) we have our original complex circuit. In circuit (b) we have resistors R 1 and R 2 combined to get 13.2Ω. R 4 is in **series** with the newly combined R 12 and their added value is 51.2Ω. And now (c) we are left with R 124 in **parallel** with R 3.

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**Series**/**Parallel** Reduction of **Resistor** Networks There are some occasions where a complex network of resistors is encountered. While a brute-force solution is possible, it is advantageous to ﬁrst reduce the **resistor** network. By repeatedly using the equations for resistors in **series** and **parallel**, the network can be simpliﬁed. The procedure is

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EE 201 **series**/**parallel** combinations – 12 Breaking down networks using **series** and **parallel** R 3 R 4 R 5 R eq R 2 But not all circuits are simple R 1 combinations of **series** or **parallel** resistors. The initial example circuit clearly has some things that are in **series** and some elements that have a **parallel** …

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Lesson **13g:** Resistors in **Series** and **Parallel** Circuits Any path along which electrons can flow is a circuit. • For a continuous flow of electrons, there must be a complete circuit with no gaps. A • A gap is usually a switch that can be closed (on) to allow electron flow or open (off) to stop electron flow. • If I wanted to draw a schematic diagram (aka

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Ω **resistor** and a 7.05 Ω **resistor** in **series**. W e used equations (1) and (2) to determine. the **series** and **parallel resistor** values, respectively. 1. Circuit 3. Resistance is how much electrical

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Lab 8.**Series** and **Parallel** Resistors Goals •To understand the fundamental difference between resistors connected in **series** and in **par-allel**. •To calculate the voltages and currents in simple circuits involving only resistors using the rules for “adding” **series** and **parallel** resistors.

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IN **SERIES** AND **PARALLEL** CIRCUITS Multiple resistors, such as light bulbs, can be set up in **series** or **parallel**. The properties of the **series** and **parallel** circuits are quite different. Light bulbs in **series** will all go out when one bulb is removed. Light bulbs in **parallel** will remain on when one bulb is removed.

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To verify that resistances in **series** do indeed add, let us consider the loss of electrical power, called a voltage drop, in each **resistor** in Figure 2.According to Ohm’s law, the voltage drop, V, across a **resistor** when a current flows through it is calculated using the equation V = IR, where I equals the current in amps (A) and R is the resistance in ohms (Ω).

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2 across each **resistor**. That is, V = V 1 + V 2: The equivalent resistance, R s, of R 1 and R 2 in **series** is given by R s = R 1 + R 2: (2) Two resistors R 1 and R 2 are connected in **parallel** if the voltages V 1 and V 2 across each are the same and equal to the voltage, V, across the **parallel** network. That is, V = V 1 = V 2: The currents I 1 and I

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circuit with **series-parallel resistor** combinations combining resistors in **series** eliminates one node from the circuit. combining resistors in **parallel** eliminates one loop from the circuit the combination of components can reduce the complexity of a circuit and render it suitable for analysis using the basic tools developed so far. general strategy:

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**Series** & **Parallel** Resistors Activity . Purpose . Students will explore how voltages across resistors and currents going through resistors behave under various combinations of resistors in **series** and **parallel**. The students will also build circuits and verify the voltages, currents, and resistances using a multimeter. Part I: **Series** & **Parallel**

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and total current flows through each **resistor** in a **series** circuit, I R1 must equal I Req1. Given: Solution: Media Resources Wisc-Online.com • **Series**-**Parallel** DC Circuits Analysis • Power Calculations in a **Series**/**Parallel** Circuit • Effects of a Rheostat in a **Series**-**Parallel** …

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feedback **resistor**. When the output is high, this places the 100 kΩ **resistor** (ignore the 4.7 kΩ for now) in **parallel** with the 50 kΩ **resistor** so the reference voltage goes up to 1.16 V. 1.16V 10kΩ 33kΩ 10kΩ 5V = + V+ = (13.2) When the output is low the 100 k **resistor** is now in **parallel** with the 10 kΩ Ω **resistor** so

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Resistors in **Series** and **Parallel**. You must be able to calculate currents and voltages in circuit components in **series** and in **parallel**. Replace the **series** combination by a single “equivalent” **resistor** (producing same total voltage for same current) V = IR 1 + IR 2 + IR 3 .

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**Series** and **Parallel** Resistive Circuits The configuration of circuit elements clearly affects the behaviour of a circuit. Resistors connected in **series** or in **parallel** are very common in a circuit and act as a voltage or current divider. We use Kirchhoff's laws to understand the extent of these configurations and to analyze resistive circuits.

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Tip #3: Power Ratings in **Series**/**Parallel** This sort of **series** and **parallel** combination of resistors works forpower ratings, too. Let’s say that we need a 100Ω **resistor** rated for 2 watts (W), but all we’ve got is a bunch of 1kΩ quarter-watt (¼W)

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**2: Resistor** Circuits **2: Resistor** Circuits •Kirchoff’s Voltage Law •Kirchoff’s Current Law •KCL Example •**Series** and **Parallel** •Dividers •Equivalent Resistance: **Series** •Equivalent Resistance: **Parallel** •Equivalent Resistance: **Parallel** Formulae •Simplifying **Resistor** Networks •Non-ideal Voltage Source •Summary E1.1 Analysis of Circuits (2017-10110) **Resistor** Circuits: 2

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Lab 4.**Series** and **Parallel** Resistors Goals •To understand the fundamental difference between resistors connected in **series** and in **par-allel**. •To calculate the voltages and currents in simple circuits involving only resistors using the rules for “adding” **series** and **parallel** resistors.

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DC **Circuits{Series, Parallel,** and Combination Circuits PURPOSE To investigate resistors wired in **series** and **parallel** as well as combinations of the two. To examine how current behaves at junction points in a circuit and how its ow is in uenced by circuit resistances and emfs. To study how power is a ected by current, voltage, and resistance.

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Effective Resistance for Resistors in **Parallel** and in **Series**: effective. Resistors in . **series**. have . the same current going througheach of them, so the total resistance increases with the addition of each **resistor**. The effective resistance of several resistors in **series** is given by . R. effective = R 1 + R 2 + R 3 + …. (in **series**) Resistors

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Part 3: **Parallel** Circuit 9. Reconfigure the 3 resistors from the **series** circuit to a **parallel** circuit, i.e., connect one 100Ω, 200Ω, and 300Ω **resistor** in **parallel** with each other on the circuit board. You will need more jumpers to do so. See Figure 19-2. Using Eq-2 calculate R theory (**parallel**). 10.

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More complex connections of resistors are sometimes just combinations of **series** and **parallel**. Various parts of a combination circuit can be identified as **series** or **parallel**, reduced to their equivalents, and then further reduced until a single resistance is left. Resistance in wires reduces the current and power delivered to a **resistor**.

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In a **series** circuit, the resistors are connected end-to-end such that the current is the same through each **resistor**: Thecurrent has only one path available. The voltage drop across each **resistor** depends on the **resistor** value. For a **series** circuit, the total equivalent resistance, R eq is: R eq = R1 +R2 +R3 +···+R N = XN i=1 R i (16.1

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**Series** and **parallel** connections will be made using a solder-less breadboard. The object of this part of the exercise is to learn to use the breadboard. Theoretical knowledge of **series** and **parallel resistor** connections is not expected. Resistance values are read using the color code given below. Standard **Resistor** Color Code

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the resistance the greater the voltage measured across that **resistor**. Each **resistor** participating in **series** configuration drops the potential. The individual voltage drops should add up to the total voltage of the entire configuration. 𝑉series=𝑉1+𝑉2+⋯ In **parallel**, each **resistor** is …

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The fraction of the total voltage that appears across a **resistor** in **series** is the ratio of the given resistance to the total resistance. Consider a circuit with several resistors in **series** with a battery. The potential difference across one of the resistors (e.g. R. 1) 𝑉𝑉. 1 = 𝐼𝐼𝑅𝑅. 1. Current in circuit: 𝐼𝐼= 𝑉𝑉

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the two simplest combinations: resistors in **series** and in **parallel**. If two resistors R1 and R2 are connected in **series**, the currents passing through the two resistors are equal, and the total voltage is equal to the sum of the individual voltages across the two resistors (Fig. 2): V = V1 + V2. Figure 2

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One important point to remember about resistors in **parallel**, is that the total circuit resistance ( R T ) of any two resistors connected together in **parallel** will always be LESS than the value of the smallest **resistor** in that combination. In our example above, the value of the combination was calculated as: R T = 15kΩ, where as the value of the smallest **resistor** is 22kΩ, much higher.

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Figure 12.2.2 (a) Time dependence of IR (t) and VR (t) across the **resistor**.(b) Phasor diagram for the resistive circuit. The behavior of IR (t)and can also be represented with a phasor diagram, as shown in Figure 12.2.2(b). A phasor is a rotating vector having the following properties:

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the resistance the greater the voltage measured across that **resistor**. Each **resistor** participating in **series** configuration drops the potential. The individual voltage drops should add up to the total voltage of the entire configuration. 𝑉series=𝑉1+𝑉2+⋯ In **parallel**, each **resistor** is …

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The sum of the individual currents equals the current that flows into the **parallel** connections. (Figure 6.2.1) Figure 6.2.1 (a) For a **series** connection of resistors, the current is the same in each **resistor**. (b) For a **parallel** connection of resistors, the voltage is the same across each **resistor**.

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Other uses of the **parallel resistor** calculator. The principle is the same as when determining capacitance in **series** or induction in **parallel** - you can use it for these calculations too. Just remember that the units are not the same! If you would like to find out the value of power dissipated in the **resistor**, try the Ohm's law calculator.

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Problem: A 9-Ω **resistor**, R 1, and a 60-Ω **resistor**, R 2, are connected in **parallel** with each other and in **series** with a 40-Ω **resistor**, R 3, as shown in Figure 13. Determine the total resistance of this **series**-**parallel** combination of resistors.

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Part 3: **Parallel** Circuit 12. Reconfigure the 3 resistors from the **series** circuit to a **parallel** circuit, i.e., connect one 100W, 200W, and 300W **resistor** in **parallel** with each other on the circuit board. You will need more jumpers to do so. See Figure 19-2. Using Eq-2 calculate R theory (**parallel**). 13. Adjust the dial of the power supply until the

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The Combination of Resistors **–** In **Series** and **Parallel**. In an electric circuit, various components can be connected either in **series** or in **parallel** manner to produce different resistive networks. Sometimes, in the same circuit, resistors can be connected in **parallel** and **series**, across different loops to produce a more complex resistive network.

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**Series parallel** circuit construction on a solderless breadboard suppose we wanted to construct the following **series parallel** combination circuit on a breadboard. Breadboard basics for absolute beginners. How to build a **parallel** circuit on breadboard. To connect a **resistor** in **series** connect them end to end across one row so that the electrons

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**series** case. Figure 5.7: Resonance curve for **parallel** resonant circuit From Equation 5.11, it is apparent that the voltage across the circuit, V0, is maximum at the frequency, ω0, and that the maximum value of V0 is V0max = R Ig. (5.13) One difference between **parallel** and the **series** …

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A **series**/**parallel** circuit is a circuit in which the electrical components are connected in **series** and **parallel** groups. In the electrical industry you hardly ever run across a circuit that is only a **series** or a **parallel** circuit. Most all circuits are combination circuits that contain both **series** elements and **parallel** …

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An example of a series circuit is a **string of Christmas lights**. If any one of the bulbs is missing or burned out, no current will flow and none of the lights will go on. Parallel circuits are like the smaller blood vessels that branch off from an artery and then connect to a vein to return blood to the heart.

A parallel circuit and a series circuit are the **two basic types of electric circuit** that can be found in electrical devices. In a parallel circuit, there are multiple pathways between the circuit’s beginning and end. As a result, since the current has more than one route to take, the circuit can still function if one path fails.

Parallel Circuits Defined A parallel electronic circuit is defined as a **circuit that contains a connection of two or more electronic components** such that each lead of each component in the circuit is connected to the corresponding lead of every other electronic component.