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  • 1. ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING History Chapter 14
  • 2. 1745: 1ST Electrical Capacitor
  • 3. 1837: 1st Electric Telegraph
  • 4. 1861: 1 Electric Oven st COMBINATION  WOOD ELECTRIC
  • 5. 1874: st 1 Electric Light Bulb
  • 6. 1887: 1ST Alternating Current Network
  • 7. 1904 : 1st Diode
  • 8. 1929: 1ST Theory of Semi-Conductors
  • 9. 1943: 1st Programmable Electronic Computer
  • 10. 1947: 1st Transistor a semiconductor device is used to: amplify switch electronic signals switch electrical power
  • 11. 1971 : 1 Micro-Processor & 1st Micro-Computer ST
  • 12. 1975: Pong console
  • 13. 1977: Atari 2600 Console
  • 14. 1978: Electronic QB banned from high schools
  • 15. 1980: 1 Handheld Video Games and Commercial Cell Phones st
  • 16. 1980s: 1 Personal Computer st
  • 17. 1980s: The Walkman
  • 18. 1998: 1st Hard Drive MP3 Player
  • 19. Electrical Engineering relates both electronics and electrcity
  • 20. Electronic vs Electrical  Electronic    Made with semiconductor material Usually silicon Examples  Capacitors  Diodes  Transistors  Relays  Electrical    Made with conductor material Metals and alloys Examples    Wires Switches Fuses
  • 21. Alloy A homogeneous mixture made by fusing two or more metals, or a metal and a nonmetal.  To obtain desirable qualities such as hardness, lightness, and strength.  Brass: Copper & Zinc  Bronze:Copper & Tin 
  • 22. Electrical Current  Conventional current  Electron flow current occurs from the negative terminal (where there is an excess of negative electrons) to the positive terminal (where there is a lack of electrons)
  • 23. Direct Current  Electrons move continuously in the one direction
  • 24. Alternating Current   Electrons vibrate back and forth in a regular pattern 60 Cycles per second or 60 Hz
  • 25. Electrical function:  the role that a component plays in the control or transformation of electric current
  • 26. Power Supply  Provides the energy that causes the current to flow through the circuit
  • 27. Advantages Portable/Compact Replaceable Rechargeable Cheap Advantages Continuous equal flow Recharges others Good for big items Advantages Renewable Environment friendly Good for remote places Disadvantages Drains fast Limited Power Polluting Disadvantages Stationary Fire Disadvantages Expensive Fragile Good only when sunny
  • 28. Conduction     Energy transfer from one material to another by direct contact. Conductors are materials that allow transfer to happen. E.g. copper, aluminum, silver and optical fibres. A printed circuit is an electrical circuit printed on a solid support called a circuit board.
  • 29. Insulation  The electrical function performed by a component to prevent the flow of an electric current  Prevent injury and short circuits  E.g. Ceramic and plastic
  • 30. Protection  Protection is a component that stops the flow of current in the event of a power surge  E.g. Fuses and circuit breakers
  • 31. Control The function performed by a component that can open or close a circuit  switches and pushbuttons are examples of controls 
  • 32. Switches Rocker  Toggle  Push button  Magnetic contact 
  • 33. Switches Single pole switches open/close 1 contact at a time  Double pole switches open/close 2 contacts  Single throw switches allow electrons to follow 1 path.  Double throw switches allow electrons to follow 1 of 2 paths 
  • 34. Energy Transformation       Change of one form of energy (electricity) to another form of energy Light energy Thermal (heat) energy Mechanical Sound Magnetic Induction
  • 35. Components with other Functions  Capacitors  Diodes  Transistors  Relays
  • 36. Capacitors    Can store electrical charge Composed of two electrical surfaces separated by an insulator Charge builds up on one plate, when the insulator is removed, the charge is released E.g. Camera flash
  • 37. Diode Allows electric current to flow in one direction  Made of semi-conductors  Protects electronic parts from having electrons flow in the wrong direction  Used to convert AC to DC  LEDs are Light Emitting Diodes 
  • 38. Transistors Block or amplify an electric current  Base acts like a valve that controls current 
  • 39. Relays A relay opens or closes a circuit using an electrical signal from another circuit  Used in lighting in a theatre, high voltage appliances 
  • 40. Resistors   Resistors limit the flow of electrons through an electrical circuit E.g. A 10 Ω resistor has less conductance than a 100 Ω resistor.
  • 41. Coding on 4 band resistors:     the 1st two bands tell you the first two digits of resistance (e.g. red=2; blue=6) the next band tells you what to multiply those numbers by (e.g. red=100) the last band is tolerance factor (e.g. gold= ±5%) Therefore a resistor with red, blue, red, gold would have resistance of 2600 ohms ±5%
  • 42. Activity  Page 479, Q. 1-15

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