Basic Circuits

Basic Circuits - BRAE 216 Fundamentals of Electricity...

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BRAE 216 Fundamentals of Electricity Lecture 1 Basic Circuits Circuit – voltage source, load , and path for current to flow Schematic Diagram (or circuit diagram) – show the operation of the circuit Light Bulb Switch Battery
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BRAE 216 Fundamentals of Electricity Lecture 1 INPUT OUTPUT BASS TREBLE +300V CONTROL AMP. 1M R9 1M R10 100K R7 10K R12 470K R4 1500 R5 15K R8 5 8 6 7 4 9 1 2 6EU7 V1 0.047uF C4 C5 220pF C6 2200pF C9 0.0022uF C7 0.022uF C8 100K R11 1K R6 20uF C1 22K R1 100K R3 0.22uF C3 15K R2 20uF C2 *P47 * for older demo boards These outputs drive the 7-segment display. These outputs drive the big LEDs. These are symbols from the Part Selector library. Xilinx Demo Board Schematic These are symbols from the Makebits library. Created using DesignWorks 3.1 and the Xilinx Design Kit I. VCC Q0 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q5 Q6 Q7 Q0 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q5 Q6 Q7 C CE Q0 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q5 Q6 Q7 RD TC C25 6 BCRD B1 B2 C GOSC Threshold CMOS U4 Package: PC68 Device: XC3120 Speed Grade: -3 OBUF I O U5 OBUF I O U6 OBUF I O U7 OBUF I O U8 OBUF I O U9 OBUF I O U10 OBUF I O U11 OBUF I O U14 OBUF I O U15 OBUF I O U16 OBUF I O U17 OBUF I O U18 OBUF I O U19 OBUF I O U20 OBUF I O U21 FAST P37 FAST P36 SLOW P55 SLOW P53 D C B A dp sg s f se sd sc sb sa PLA 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 U13 Q3 Q4 Q5 Q6 FAST P34 FAST P33 FAST P32 FAST P31 FAST P30 FAST P29 SLOW P49 SLOW P56 SLOW P40 SLOW P39 SLOW P38 SLOW P28 Z Done Pullup On 1 Readback Once 1 OBUF I O U12 P12 P14 a g dot
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BRAE 216 Fundamentals of Electricity Lecture 1 Electric Charges The basic unit of charge is electron - charge free to leave and go as they please proton + charge tightly bound, define the elemental structure neutron no charge tightly bound, radioactivity French physicist Charles Coulomb in the 1780's torsional balance - measured the force generated between charged objects. If two "point" objects (hypothetical objects having no appreciable surface area) were equally charged to a measure of 1 coulomb, and placed 1 meter (approximately 1 yard) apart, they would generate a force of about 9 billion newtons (approximately 2 billion pounds), either attracting or repelling depending on the types of charges involved. Unit of electrical charge
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