It creates a lag called Hysteriesis which is the term being described in the previous posts.
To answer this as simple as possible I would say a microphone.
Hysterisos is a effect of heat in a electrical circuit.
Also a open negative wire is also a live or positive wire if it is coming off of a energized load. Never assume that since a wire is marked as a neutral that there is no potential to ground. You could complete the path to ground through your body.
The symbol for ohms is a Greek symbol. It is kind of a cross between a upside down horse shoe and the pi symbol.
I have personally put railroad down at a steel plant in the midwest. All we did to make it curve is push it in the direction we needed it to go with a tractor then spike it down. The other rail was then set and forced into place while maintaining the proper guage or distance … Read more
This depends on the voltage the motor is designed to run on. If yours has 6, 6volt batteries, then you have a 36 volt cart. You will basically put the positive lead on the wire that is in the motor circiut. From that batteries negative lead you wil take that to the positive lead of … Read more
12 x 3 = 36amps. It only has a 30 amp rated breaker. Your over the limit at 3 warmers. If it trips with 2 warmers, turn one on and let it get up to temperature before turning the other one on. The inrush current of the cold warmers is what is causing the breaker … Read more
Most wire you buy in a store is rated for 600 volts. The issue is not the voltage when it comes to household wiring. Current or Amperes is the concern. Find out how much current your going to pull through your wire then I can answer your question. Some quick references. 12awg is good for … Read more
You will need to find out the amp load of the unit you want to hook up. Usually they are around 30amps. That rating is typical for a 40 gallon water heater.So if you find that yours is 30 amps you will need 10 gauge wire. 10-3 romex is generally what is used. You will … Read more
A transformer is a electromagnetic device that steps up or steps down voltage in a electrical circuit. There are two sets of windings per leg in a transformer. Your primary side, the side you want to transform, energizes the windings in the primary coil and induces voltage in the secondary coil and your desired voltage … Read more
The v1 would be the power wires in your junction box. There is a black, white, and a bare ground. If you have a red wire it is extra or it use to be used in a three way switch at one time. Run your neutral straight to your light, run the black … Read more
Yes. Any major appliance or anything with at least a 1/2 hp motor should be on its own circuit. For example garbage disposals if at least 1/2 hp, garage door openers, dishwashers, etc. If its power consumption is at least 1500 watts @ 120 volts it will draw about 15 amps and should be on … Read more
1.5 mil I believe is 15awg
208 is typically a voltage used in commercial power. It is 3 phase, but if you take a volt reading across any 2 phases you will read 208 volts. This is 208 single phase. If you take one leg to ground you have 120 volts. This happens because you take the square root of three, … Read more
Get a appliance outlet from your local hardware store. There should be 3 slots in the outlet. A sales associate can help you at your local hardware store find the right one.