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#### Norton theorem

Norton theorem Norton’s theorem statement In Thevenin theorem, we see that in any complex circuit sources are converted in single voltage source Vth with the Series resistor Rth. Norton’s theorem is also a method to convert any complex network into a simple circuit. Norton Theorem, any two-terminal complicated network circuit can be converted in single Current source IN in parallel […]

#### Thevenin theorem

Thevenin theorem Thevenin theorem statement Thevenin’s theorem is very important in point of view to Simplify the Network and Reduction of Network complexity in any circuit. This is also a very important theorem for Engineering and diploma students in basic Electrical. Thevenin theorem definition According to the Thevenin’s theorem, any linear bilateral network irrespective of its complexities can be reduced […]

#### Difference between Electrical and Electronics

What is electronics Difference between Electrical and Electronics what are Electrical devices What are electronic devices First of all, we know the definition of Electronics What is Electronics?– electronics is the branch of science that deals with devices and circuits that operate by controlling the flow of electrons and other electrical charge particles. Here we see the word controlling, the […]

#### Zener diode working

Zener diode Zener diode is a type of diode that flows of current also in reverse bias and in applications it always connected in reverse bias and Zener diode limit the voltage, this diode is used for regulating the voltage in any circuit. It always works in Zener breakdown voltage. Zener breakdown voltage is voltage level at this zener diode […]

#### AC dimmer using Arduino (Automatic)

AC dimmer Arduino What is dimmer Dimmer is a circuit that controls the voltage level by changing its waveform and gives output minimum or less than the input and make the brightness of light dim or change the speed of the fan as the required level.  AC dimmer is mainly two types, one is manually and the second is automatic. […]