How does a LCD work?

images?q=tbn:ANd9GcSr5VmWRtJTv0a4d2Zfj- Electrical ClassroomLCDs are not new to us since we always use devices made up of Liquid Crystal Displays (LCDs) like computers, digital watches and also DVD and CD players. The invention of LCD was has changed the world of electronics from bigger CRTs to portable tablets.

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Metal halide (MH) lamp

halide+bulbs- Electrical ClassroomMetal halide (MH) lamp provides high efficiency, long service life and excellent colour rendition. It consists of an arc tube enclosed in a glass chamber made up of borosilicate glass. Arc tube is also called as discharge tube or “burner”. The arc tube consists of argon gas, mercury and metal salts such as sodium iodide.  They operate at higher temperatures and pressures.

Ballast is used to supply a high starting voltage. The ballast also regulates the lamp starting current and lamp operating current. (more…)

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How refrigerators work?


Untitled- Electrical ClassroomModern fridges are available in various sizes with different features incorporated by the manufacturers. Apart from these features the basic principle of refrigeration of course remains the same. The method of deployment hasn’t changed much since from the aforementioned Frigidaire unit in 1923.

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How does a car Air Conditioner work?

Air conditioning works continuously and has refrigerant continually circulating around a sealed system. Most automotive A/C systems are made up of six main components:-

  1. Compressor and mounting brackets
  2. Condenser
  3. Receiver/ drier
  4. Expansion Valve
  5. Evaporator
  6. Hose & fittings

How does a car Air Conditioner work?

The easiest way to explain how the system works is to trace the refrigerant as it flows through the system:- (more…)

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How does a speaker work?

Speaker Diagram 1- Electrical Classroom

Speaker is a device which converts electrical signal into sound waves. By
its property, sound is made when an object makes the particles around it
vibrate. These vibrations travel through the air, and reach our ears. Our brain
interprets this motion as sound. The amplitude of the waves corresponds to the volume level we hear and the frequency decides the nature of sound. (more…)

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