# What voltage is placed across a motor with a 15 ohm operating resistance if there is 8 A of current?

V = IR = (1.5 A)(4.0 2) = 6.0 V 29. What voltage is placed across a motor of 15- operating resistance if there is 8.0 A of current? So /= 31.

## What is the current through a 75w lightbulb that is connected to a 125v outlet?

T 1= P V 75 W 125 V = 0.60 A b.

## How should a voltmeter be connected in the circuit diagram to measure the motor’s voltage?

1. A voltmeter is connected in parallel combination with a device(circuit).
2. We know, voltmeter is a device which gives same potential drop across parallel combinations.
3. So a voltmeter is always connected parallel across the ends of the conductor to measure the potential difference between two points.

## At what rate does the bulb convert electrical to light?

Only 10% of the energy used by an incandescent bulb is converted to light; the other 90% is lost as heat.

## What happens if you put a 12V bulb in a 120V socket?

Putting a 12v bulb into a 120v socket will destroy the LED and void the warranty.

## Can I use a 125v cord on a 240V?

Yes, you could use the cable. Usually, if the cable comes with the adapter and the adapter is rated for 240v then the cable should be safe to use on that voltage.

## For what value of E power across 4 will be 100w?

Potential difference across the resistor 4 ohm is E. Hence power will be 100 watt for the value of E as 20 Volt.

## Can you ohm a DC motor?

Attach the clip of the black lead wire to the DC motor and run the black motor wire to the battery. Attach the red and black lead wires to the volt meter on the red and black terminals respectively. Look at the display on the voltmeter and check for the ohm reading.

## What type of resistor is used for high power applications?

Wire wound resistor: This resistor type is generally reserved for high power applications. These resistors are made by winding wire with a higher than normal resistance (resistance wire) on a former. The more expensive varieties are wound on a ceramic former and they may be covered by a vitreous or silicone enamel.

## Is Ohm’s law is universal law?

No. Ohm’s law is not a universal law. This is because Ohm’s law is only applicable to ohmic conductors such as iron and copper but is not applicable to non-ohmic conductors such as semiconductors.

## What type of instrument is used for measuring very high values of resistance?

Megger: Megger is a portable instrument to measure high insulation resistances. It works on the principle of electromagnetic induction. The electrical power to a megger is provided by a permanent magnet D.C. generator.

## What multimeter can measure?

A digital multimeter is a test tool used to measure two or more electrical values—principally voltage (volts), current (amps) and resistance (ohms). It is a standard diagnostic tool for technicians in the electrical/electronic industries.

## What is wasted energy called?

No system is perfect. Whenever there is a change in a system, energy is transferred and some of that energy is dissipated . A rise in temperature is caused by the transfer of wasteful energy in mechanical processes.

## Do light bulbs get brighter with voltage or current?

Increasing the voltage increases the brightness of the bulb. When a bulb in a series circuit is unscrewed all bulbs in the circuit go out. Increasing the number of bulbs in a series circuit decreases the brightness of the bulbs. In a series circuit, the voltage is equally distributed among all of the bulbs.

## How much energy does 100 electric bulbs transfer per minute?

E = P×t= 100×60= 6000 J.

## Are all LED lights 12V?

Despite some of the most popular power supply voltage options being 12V or 24V DC, it’s important to remember that (most) individual LEDs are actually 3V DC devices.

## Can you plug a 240v light into a 120v outlet?

Answer is that probably you can, but you really shouldn’t. Cables, switches and contacts inside the lamp are rated for specific voltage and current. You can go lower on both, but not higher.

## Can a bulb run on AC and DC?

For light bulbs and heating elements, both AC and DC will work as long but the fact is that though all electric devices require direct current, alternating current is what is used to deliver electricity with the help of transformers which convert AC to DC for the use of electric devices.

## What happens if I use an AC adapter for DC?

A motor may have field coils and/or rotor coils both of which may be destroyed by excessive current when DC is applied. In some cases the motor may survive but in almost all cases will not operate.

## Can I plug a 120 volt plug into a 220 volt socket?

Do not plug a 120V device directly into a 220V wall socket, even if the plug shape and size are identical. Although goods sold in the U.S. but available around the world sometimes accommodate 220V voltages — iPods, for example — other devices can be destroyed by such high voltages.

## Can I use an AC adapter for DC?

– Yes, they are likely interchangeable even though voltage is not the same. This is because the voltage difference is within specs, and I am GUESSING you could go even higher or lower in voltage.

## What power of e gives 0?

Summary: The value of e to the power of 0 is 1.

## What power of e gives 1?

Given that, e to the power of 1. According to the rule of exponent, any number raised to the power of one equals the number itself. So, e to the power of 1 can be written as (e)1. Hence, the value of e to the power of 1 is 2.718281828459045….

## At what power of e is 0?

What is the value of e raised to power 0? The value of e0 is equal to 1.

## Can a DC motor run without battery?

Can an automobile motor run without a car battery? In theory, yes you can, after the vehicle has been started. However it is dangerous.