In 1845, Gustav Kirchhoff, a German physicist, developed a set of laws that explain conservation of energy and current within electrical circuits. This pair of laws then are collectively known as Kirchhoff’s laws or
Category : Circuits
You might have ever heard Watt, Volt, or Ampere in your life. Those are electrical units of measure which are commonly used to express standard electrical units. Sometimes, they come with prefixes when the
In 1827, a scientist named Georg Ohm discovered the potential difference between two points in a circuit is directly proportional to the electricity flowing through the resistance and directly proportional to the circuit’s resistance.
Have you heard about DC circuit before? Especially for those who work in electricity sector or learning electronics, it sounds familiar with this term. While it goes to run the DC electricity, it should