All-inclusive introduction to electricity and electronics. For the true beginner, there's no better introduction to electricity and electronics than TAB Electronics Guide to Understanding Electricity and Electronics , Second Edition. Randy Slone's learn-as-you-go guide tells you how to put together a low-cost workbench and start a parts and materials inventory--including money-saving how-to's for salvaging components and buying from surplus dealers. You get plain-English explanations of electronic components-resistors, potentiometers, rheostats, and resistive characteristics-voltage, current, resistance, ac and dc, conductance, power...the laws of electricity...soldering and desoldering procedures...transistors...special-purpose diodes and optoelectronic devices...linear electronic circuits...batteries...integrated circuits...digital electronics...computers...radio and television...and much, much more. You'll also find 25 complete projects that enhance your electricity/electronics mastery, including 15 new to this edition, and appendices packed with commonly used equations, symbols, and supply sources.to the input, about 5.6 volts will be dropped across the zener, and about 0.4 volt will be dropped across R1. ... 7-2, your design problem here is to build a 12-volt, 500- milliamp zener-regulated power supply to operate the load, designated asanbsp;...
|Title||:||Tab Electronics Guide to Understanding Electricity and Electronics|
|Author||:||G. Randy Slone|
|Publisher||:||McGraw-Hill Education TAB - 2000-07-21|