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OHM'S LAW
 
This law is a binding thread to understanding all electrical circuits. How is it used and how are the values related?
 
There are 3 values to this law. Voltage (E), current (I) and resistance (R).
 
In a circuit these three values will vary in respect to each other according to law. Ohm's law. It is simply:
 
E = I X R
 
Notice, if I increases and R stays the same, then E has to increase. If R increase and I stays the same, then E has to increase. It's the law.
 
One value can not change without the other two compensating per the formula. It's the law.
 
If you know two of the values, you can determine the third value.
 
If you measure voltage and measure current, what will the resistance be?
 
R = E
        I
You can see if I increases and E stays the same, then it would be due to R decreasing.
 
If E increases and I stays the same, it is due to R increasing.
 
If you measure voltage and measure the resistance, how much current will be going through the circuit?
 
I = E
     R
 
The same balance holds true here also. This part of the formula helps to prevent barbecuing your work. If you are working on a circuit, you normally know how much voltage you will apply. Before it is applied you may be able in most cases measure the resistance. This will tell you how much current will be going through the circuit. If the components or wires are for no more than .5 amp and the measurements calculate to be 10 amps, your going to send smoke signals. It's the law.
 
This law will apply to basic house wiring to complex circuits.
 
Incorporating another law will make Ohm's law even more valuable. This is Watt's law.
 
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