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A series circuit is one where all devices on the circuit are connected one after another (Figure 11) Every device on this type of circuit receives the same amount of power Streetlights are often wired on a series circuit
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Parallel circuits are sometimes called multiple circuits or shunt circuits These circuits are similar to series circuits, but not exactly the same (Figure 12) Parallel circuits have all devices arranged so that
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FIGURE 11 Diagram of a series circuit
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FIGURE 12 Diagram of a simple parallel circuit
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current is divided between them How do parallel circuits and series circuits differ Series circuits maintain constant power to devices connected to them and the generated electron moving force (emf) varies with the load In a parallel circuit, the current running through the generator varies with the load and the generator emf is maintained practically constant
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A parallel-series circuit is made up of many minor circuits in series with each other and with several of these series circuits then connected in parallel (Figure 13)
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White wires are generally neutral wires Neutral wires are current carrying conductors that are grounded at the service entrance point Although there is no voltage present on these conductors they do carry current Other acceptable colors for neutral wires are gray or three continuous white stripes on other than green insulation Black wires are hot They carry power from a service panel to a device These conductors are ungrounded and carry voltage as well as current Hot wires can be virtually any color other than white, gray, green or three continuous white stripes on other than green insulation Red wire, and other colored wire, is usually hot The color coding of these hot wires can be used to identify which circuits they are serving White wire that has black electrical tape around the wire insulation is hot You have to be careful not to confuse a plain white wire with a white wire that has been designated as a hot wire This method is acceptable when using multi-conductor cables When using single conductor wiring methods, conductors in size six American wire gauge and smaller must have continuous installation of the proper color code No taping is allowed on these sizes Green wire is a ground wire Bare wire is also a ground wire A green wire with one or more yellow stripes is also a ground wire A ground wire is a conductor that carries current only in the event of a ground fault
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SERIES-PARALLEL CIRCUIT
A series-parallel circuit consists of many minor circuits being connected in parallel and then several of the parallel-connected minor circuits are connected in a series across a source of emf You won t see many of these circuits because they are rarely used (Figure 14)
DIVIDED CIRCUIT
A divided circuit is little more than a form of a parallel circuit When talking about a divided circuit, the distinction is that the divided circuit is an isolated group of a few conductors in parallel, rather than a group of a large number of conductors in parallel
FIGURE 13 Diagram of a simple parallel-series circuit
FIGURE 14 Diagram of simple series-parallel circuit
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MULTIPLE CIRCUITS
Multiple circuits are used for the distribution of electrical energy for lighting and most other power work However, when streetlights are being wired, they are wired with a series circuit
FEEDER CIRCUITS
Feeder circuits consist of a set of conductors in a distributing system that extends from an original source of energy, such as a service panel, to a distributing center without having other circuits connected to it between the source and the center A good example of a feeder circuit is the heavy cable that runs from the main panel board in a house to the subpanel in the garage
SUBFEEDER CIRCUITS
Subfeeder circuits are an extension of a feeder circuit These circuits are fed through a cutout or a feeder or another subfeeder and they do not have other circuits connected to them between the two distributing centers
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