jaysee ohms law apparatus
Ohms Law Apparatus Original price was: ₹1,500.Current price is: ₹700. (Exc. GST)
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jaysee ohms law apparatus
Digital Ohms Law Apparatus Original price was: ₹2,000.Current price is: ₹1,350. (Exc. GST)

Ohms Law Apparatus (with Power Supply)

Specification of Ohm’s Law Apparatus:

  • Analog Moving Coil Meters: Voltmeter 0-10VDC  & Ammeter 100 mA.
  • Sockets: 4mm Banana Terminal type.
  • Resistance : 100Ω , 5 Watts
  • Standard Accessories: Patch Cords & Instruction Manual
SKU: SAM-452

Original price was: ₹1,800.Current price is: ₹900. (Exc. GST)

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Description

How to Perform Experiment with Ohm’s Law Apparatus

Introduction

Welcome to this guide on how to perform an Ohm’s Law experiment. In this article, we will explore the fundamental principles behind Ohm’s Law and provide step-by-step instructions on conducting the experiment using JAYSEE Ohm’s Law Apparatus. Whether you are a student or an electronics enthusiast, understanding Ohm’s Law is essential in comprehending the behavior of electrical circuits. Let’s dive in!

Understanding Ohm’s Law

What is Ohm’s Law?

Ohm’s Law is a fundamental principle in electrical engineering and physics that describes the relationship between voltage, current, and resistance in a circuit. It states that the current flowing through a conductor is directly proportional to the voltage applied across it and inversely proportional to the resistance of the conductor.

The Relationship between Voltage, Current, and Resistance

Voltage (V) is the electrical potential difference between two points in a circuit, measured in volts (V). Current (I) is the flow of electric charge through a conductor, measured in amperes (A). Resistance (R) is the opposition to the flow of current in a circuit, measured in ohms (Ω). Ohm’s Law is expressed mathematically as V = I * R.

Conducting the Ohm’s Law Experiment

Materials Required

Before conducting the experiment, gather the following materials:

  • Power supply
  • Resistor (various resistance values)
  • Ammeter
  • Voltmeter
  • Connecting wires
  • Breadboard (optional)

Setting Up the Experiment

  1. Ensure that the power supply is turned off and disconnected.
  2. Connect the positive terminal of the power supply to one end of the resistor.
  3. Connect the other end of the resistor to one terminal of the ammeter.
  4. Connect the other terminal of the ammeter to the negative terminal of the power supply, completing the circuit.
  5. Connect the voltmeter in parallel to the resistor, measuring the voltage across it.

Taking Measurements

  1. Gradually increase the voltage from the power supply.
  2. Simultaneously record the current readings from the ammeter and the voltage readings from the voltmeter.
  3. Take multiple measurements at different voltage levels to observe the relationship between voltage and current.

Calculating Resistance

Using Ohm’s Law Formula

To calculate resistance, rearrange Ohm’s Law equation to R = V / I. Once you have measured the voltage (V) and current (I) values, divide the voltage by the current to determine the resistance.

Practical Application of Resistance Calculation

Knowing how to calculate resistance is vital in various applications. It allows you to determine the resistance of electronic components, troubleshoot circuit problems, and design circuits that meet specific requirements.

Conclusion

Congratulations! You have now learned how to perform an Ohm’s Law experiment. Understanding the relationship between voltage, current, and resistance is crucial for grasping the fundamentals of electrical circuits. By conducting this experiment, you have gained hands-on experience and practical knowledge that will serve you well in your further explorations of electronics.

Specification

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Brand JAYSEE
Power Supply Built-in YES