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Q:Why is the current limiting circuit used to measure the resistance of wire by voltammetry?
Because the resistance of wire is very small, almost zero. According to the current, equal to the voltage divided by the resistor, it is known that the resistance is almost an hour and the current is close to infinity. This will burn out the power supply, so the current limiting method must be used
Q:fan coil motor wiring?
Need more info. What voltage ? Different colors on wires? White usual indicates common or the neutral. Black is your hot for 120 usuAlly. Hi med And low Are power settings on the fan I don't believe ud have to wire them seperatly. Repost this with more specific info and I'll answer it. I'm an electrician And have a master electrician with me so if u give more info I can help.
Q:what is the difference between neutral and ground wire?
The neutral wire is supposed to be the wire that functions to take the current from the hot side back to the power line. The ground is there as a safety measure - in 3 wire appliances, the ground is usually connected to the housing. It is there in case some part of the hot circuit becomes shorted to the appliance housing - if that happens on a modern 3-wire electrical system, it will cause the breaker to trip. Or, if the appliance is plugged into a ground fault interrupter GFI, that will generally trip first, before the breaker.
Q:Remote wire for car subwoofer?
Assuming that you're talking about an after-market head unit, the remote output should be blue/white. If there's no blue/white, look for a blue wire, but if you see both wires then use the blue/white. The solid blue wire is typically a power antenna output, and won't keep your amp turned on when you select the CD player or another source. If you have a stock radio, then I'd suggest connecting your remote wire to the power wire at your cigarette lighter, below the radio. That's typically a key-switched wire in a Civic.
Q:thermostat wiring, out of the wall (R, G ,W, B,) wires and from thermst. have GWYRB WHICH TO CONNT. TO WICH?
Connect the red wire to the R terminal on the t-stat, connect the white wire to the W terminal, connect the green wire to the G terminal and connect the blue wire to the Y terminal on the t-stat. The B terminal is not used on most thermostats. Unfortunately most manufacturers of thermostat wire do not make 4-wire with a yellow wire and instead make it with a blue wire, that is why they don't match up perfectly. The red wire provides 24v power from the furnace, the white wire controls the call for heat from the t-stat, the green wire controls the fan, and the blue wire/yellow terminal controls the air conditioner.
Q:how to test for hot wire.?
you are in a older home where there was no black wire. you that your tester ,and put one end to the gound then that the other end to the other wire one at a time to see if is hot . one will and the ohrer not. if you have a switch then trun it . and off to make sure it work those wire . some old light had pall chains to trun the light on.
Q:Light fixture wiring?
Bare and Grn Yel. are both grounds . Just connect one or the other to the 'bare' in the box.
Q:i need to figure out qvc wiring?
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Q:headlight socket wire dead?
The wire that leads to your socket may be worn or damaged. Find out which wire is not working. Use a meter that has a sharp probe, so you can stab the wire with the probe and see if it is putting out the electricity, up the wire from where you put the socket on. If the wire is not working, but off the part of the wire that is not working and splice in a new piece of wire and attach to the socket. Hopefully this will help you.
Q:Swapped from 305 TPI to 350 Carbe. Wiring?
The wiring on a basic carburated non emissions engine is pretty basic...it's something you could do by yourself in your garage. Anyone that has any knowledge in wiring and electricity could wire it up. Don't let it scare you! :)