Question: What are the basics of electronics?

Basic electronics comprises the minimal “electronics components” that make up a part of everyday electronics equipment. These electronic components include resistors, transistors, capacitors, diodes, inductors and transformers. Powered by a battery, they are designed to work under certain physics laws and principles.

What are the basic concepts of electronics?

Electrical current, voltage, resistance, capacitance, and inductance are a few of the basic elements of electronics and radio. Apart from current, voltage, resistance, capacitance, and inductance, there are many other interesting elements to basic electronics technology.

What is electronic basic equipment?

There are many electronic components like Resistors, Capacitors, LEDs, Transistors, etc. and there are also many equipment like a Power Supply, Oscilloscope, Function Generator (or Signal Generator), Multimeter, etc. In this tutorial, you can get a brief overview of few of the most common basic electronic components.

How do I check my electronic components?

How to Test Electric Components with a MultimeterContinuity tests measure if electricity can flow through the part. Resistance tests how much current is lost as electricity flows through a component or circuit. The third common test is for voltage, or the force of the electric pressure.Nov 21, 2017

What is a cement resistor?

SQ cement Resistor are made by winding resistance wires around non-alkaline ceramic core, which is added with a layer of heat and humidity resistant and non-corrosive protective material. The wire wound resistor is then placed in a square ceramic package sealed with special nonflammable heat-resistant cement.

What are the four types of resistance?

The four main resistance forces are objects with mass, inertia, and momentum; friction; gravity; and air resistance. Objects with mass are able to provide resistance by colliding with other objects.

What are cement resistors for?

Cemented power resistors are provided with a layer of cement which provides mechanical protection and increases the nominal capacity in comparison to unprotected resistors. The curing process achieves an inorganic state, so that the cement is resistant to most solvents, fungal attack and even termites.

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