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The difference between a schematic diagram and a wiring diagram is the amount of detail included. In a schematic diagram, the interconnection of the components is shown, but the actual values of the components are not necessarily indicated. You might see a diagram of a two-transistor audio amplifier, for example, with resistors and capacitors and coils and transistors, but without any data concerning the values or ratings of the components. This is a schematic diagram, but not a true wiring diagram. It gives the scheme for the circuit, but you can t wire the circuit and make it work, because there isn t enough information. Suppose you want to build the circuit. You go to an electronics store to get the parts. What sizes of resistors should you buy How about capacitors What type of transistor will work best Do you need to wind the coils yourself, or can you get them ready made Are there test points or other special terminals that should be installed for the benefit of the technicians who might have to repair the amplifier How many watts should the potentiometers be able to handle All these things are indicated in a wiring diagram, a jazzed-up schematic. You might have seen this kind of diagram in the back of the instruction manual for a hi-fi amp or an FM stereo tuner or a television set. Wiring diagrams are especially useful and necessary when you must service or repair an electronic device.
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Most dc circuits can be ultimately boiled down to three major components: a voltage source, a set of conductors, and a resistance. This is shown in the schematic diagram of Fig. 4-5. The voltage or EMF source is called E; the current in the conductor is called I; the resistance is called R. The standard units for these components are the volt, the ampere, and the ohm respectively.
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Simple dc circuit. The voltage is E, the current is I, and the resistance is R.
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You already know that there is a relationship among these three quantities. If one of them changes, then one or both of the others will also change. If you make the resistance smaller, the current will get larger. If you make the EMF source smaller, the current will decrease. If the current in the circuit increases, the voltage across the resistor will increase. There is a simple arithmetic relationship between these three quantities.
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The interdependence between current, voltage, and resistance is one of the most fundamental rules, or laws, in electrical circuits. It is called Ohm s Law, named after the scientist who supposedly first expressed it. Three formulas denote this law: E I R IR E/R E/I
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You need only to remember the first one in order to derive the others. The easiest way to remember it is to learn the abbreviations E for EMF or voltage, I for current and R for resistance, and then remember that they appear in alphabetical order with the equals sign after the E. Sometimes the three symbols are written in a triangle, as in Fig. 4-6. To find the value of one, you cover it up and read the positions of the others.
Ohm s Law triangle.
It s important to remember that you must use units of volts, amperes, and ohms in order for Ohm s Law to work right. If you use volts, milliamperes, and ohms or kilovolts, microamperes, and megohms you cannot expect to get the right answers. If the initial quantities are given in units other than volts, amperes, and ohms, you must convert to these units, then calculate. After that, you can convert the units back again to whatever you like. For example, if you get 13,500,000 ohms as a calculated resistance, you might prefer to say that it s 13.5 megohms.
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