Domestic Circuit Apparatus
Domestic Circuit Apparatus Original price was: ₹1,000.Current price is: ₹450. (Exc. GST)
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Lamps in Parallel Kit
Lamps in Parallel Kit Original price was: ₹1,000.Current price is: ₹375. (Exc. GST)

Lamps in Series Kit

  • Our Lamps in Series Kit Demonstrates Series connection.
  • Suitable for Class 8th student
  • To determine how voltage is divided across each lamp, you can connect a voltmeter across them.

Original price was: ₹1,000.Current price is: ₹375. (Exc. GST)

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Hey there! So, do you know what a series connection is? It’s when you connect things one after the other in a line. For example, imagine you have three light bulbs and you connect them in a series. This means that the first light bulb is connected to the second, and the second is connected to the third.

Difference Between Series and Parallel Circuits with its Practical Applications in Real Life

Now, when you turn on the switch, the electricity flows through the first light bulb, then to the second, and then to the third. But, if one of the bulbs stops working, then the entire circuit will be incomplete, and none of the bulbs will light up. So, if you have a series connection in your home, and one of the bulbs stops working, then all the other bulbs in the circuit will stop working too.

This is why we don’t use series connections in our homes. It’s not safe, and it can be inconvenient. Instead, we use something called parallel connections. This means that each light bulb has its own separate connection to the electricity, so if one bulb stops working, the other bulbs will still be able to function properly.

Our Lamps in Series Kit is designed specifically for school students to demonstrate series connection and how voltage is divided across each bulb.