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# What are the Basic Electronic Components? Give its description.?

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Switch = A device used to turn off by seperating the contacts.

Breaker= A switch designed to turn off a a specific amps.

Diaode = A device that only lets electric flow one way.

Voltage Regulator = Regulates the voltage

Transitor=

Board = Conects the eletronics, in PC the main board

Powers supply = provides the corect current and polerity

Resistor

Capacitor

Fuse

Transformer

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• 3 years ago

in basic terms hit upon a datasheet for the a/d chip you want you have been allowed to apply. learn the block diagram. Then build each block utilising discrete factors, op-amps, counters, clocks and comparators.

a switch

(it breaks and completes a circuit)

a resistor

(limits the amount of current resistance, the ampage doesn't change after going through one of these things)

a capacitor

(it charges and holds electricity)

an inductor

(can be used to resist a specific amount of ampage in a current and can be used to step up voltage and ampage)

a diode

(biasses an ac current, it will convert an ac current to a dc current)

a rectifier

(converts an ac current to a dc current)

a fuse

(rated at a specific voltage and ampage, if a current passes either one of these properties it will blow)