Those studying the effects of conducting electricity through cables can enjoy these printable flash cards.
There are 21 flash cards in this set (4 pages to print.)
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Sample flash cards in this set:
|The rate at which something occurs over a particular period of time.||Frequency|
|A measure of the rate of doing work or the rate at which energy is converted||Electrical Power|
|Two channel mini DIN connector with both Luminance and chrominance||S Video|
|PSAV standard for this cable is 12 gauge.||3 Conductor Cable|
|A set of electric cables that have an individually insulated conductor with high capacity||Feeder Cable|
|Cable referred to as socapex||Multi-Cable|
|Cable with a single pole connector type.||Feeder cable|
|What are most of the lighting instruments rated at in volts. These are used in meetings and events.||120|
|What concerns us most when specifying power||amperage|
|What is the name of the law used to calculate the amount of power needed?||Ohm's Law|
|These exhibit properties of both waves and particles. Have zero mass.||photons|
|Lamps are rated in _______||watts|
|Name that refers to how much power is consumed when running lighting devices?||power consumption|
|Breakers are rated at ______ of continuous use?||80%|
|Every time a breaker trips, its _____ rating drops.||amperage|
|The rate at which electricity is produced or consumed.||Electrical power|
|All cables should indicate what?||cable gauge and voltage rating|
|This is what causes a filament to heat up and produce light.||Resistance|
|Cable name that refers to the three individual pieces of conductive material, inside the cable, such as copper. PSAV standard for these cables is 12 gauge.||3 Conductor Cable|
|Cable used to remotely connect a portable dimmer rack or power distribution rack to the electric supply.||Feeder Cable|
|Difference in electrical potential between two points in a circuit||Voltage|