Electrons pass through an electrical circuit , they are responsible for producing electrical energy . There are different configurations of circuits that guarantee the distribution of current , for that it is necessary to know the different aspects of a circuit such as its resistances, induction, condensation, sources, switches and semiconductors.
10 examples of electrical circuits
- Integrated circuit: It has the ability to connect several elements and is formed on a substrate.
- Monolithic circuit: Circuit made up of a single piece, this is responsible for the transfer of electrons.
- Discrete circuit: It is made up of conductive and printed wires.
- Open circuit: When open, this type of electric current circulation is affected by some element that does not allow easy distribution.
- Branched circuit: It is part of a multiple circuit.
- Simple Circuit: This is the simplest type of electrical circuit to experiment with. The most common example is the installation of a light bulb, a battery and a switch.
- Hybrid integrated circuit: Corresponds to the union of two or more circuits.
- Parallel circuits: It is the type of circuit used for the division of electric power transmission slopes.
- Series circuit: The components of this circuit are intertwined with each other. It is usually the type of electrical circuit used in public lighting.
- Multiple series circuit: Represents the combination of the previous circuit (series circuit) with another in parallel.