Basic Electricity and Electronics
What you’ll learn
Electrical current and voltage concepts.
Basic electrical circuit and Ohm’s Law.
Breadboard usage and circuit design.
Resistance types, properties and use of the circuit.
AC and DC properties and differences between them.
Working principle of semiconductor circuit elements.
Working principle of coil and capacitor from passive circuit elements.
Proteus circuit simulation program examples.
Resistance, current and voltage measurement with multimeter.
Many interesting animation lessons.
All topics will be explained from the ground up. There are no prerequisites. You will also learn while watching without getting bored.
In order to have a profession and specialize in the field of Electricity and Electronics, first of all you need to learn the basics of this field. Nowadays, in the fields of automotive, machinery, mechatronics and computers, electrical and electronics are indispensable elements. This course is also designed to meet and contribute to this need.Most importantly, no special hardware or software is required. This is an introductory course about the theory of Electricity and Electronics, so no previous knowledge is required. To get the best out of the lessons, students should be comfortable with some basic arithmetic as I will often write and solve equations, in particular when analyzing simple circuits. Understanding a bit of physics can help too, but it is not required. Electronic circuits are everywhere, from computers and smartphones, to home appliances and cars. Think of all the everyday objects that are becoming smart in the future, most of the things that we own will contain some electronics. Jobs in electronics are in high demand and well paid in almost every country!In the Basic Electricity-Electronics course, you will find a lot of lessons about basic concepts, direct current and alternating current principles, circuit analysis, working logic of active circuit elements made of passive and semiconductors, use of circuit simulation programs and use of measuring instruments.
Section 1: Fundemental Concepts
Lecture 1 What is Electrical Current? How Does it Occur?
Lecture 2 Basic Electrical-Electronics Components and Symbols
Lecture 3 Basic Electrical Circuit and Ohm’s Law (Animation)
Lecture 4 What are DC and AC? What are its Features?
Lecture 5 AC Parameters (Frequency, Period, Effective Value etc.)
Lecture 6 What is a Transformer? How Does it Work?
Section 2: Passive Circuit Devices
Lecture 7 What is a Resistor? How Fixed Resistors Work?
Lecture 8 What are Veriable Resistors? (Potentiometer, Trimpot and Rheostat)
Lecture 9 What are Dependent Resistors? (LDR, NTC, PTC and VDR)
Lecture 10 What is a Coil? How Does it Work?
Lecture 11 What is a Capacitor? How Does it Work?
Lecture 12 What are the Types of Capacitors?
Lecture 13 What are the Switches Types?
Section 3: Semiconductor Circuit Devices
Lecture 14 What is a Diode? How Does it Work?
Lecture 15 What are the Types of Diodes?
Lecture 16 What is a Schottky Diode? How Does it Work?
Lecture 17 What is a Zener Diode? How Does it Work?
Lecture 18 What are the Types of Transistors?
Lecture 19 What is a BJT Transistor? How Does it Work?
Lecture 20 Working Principle of BJT Transistor with Water Level Example
Lecture 21 What is a JFET Transistor? How Does it Work?
Lecture 22 What is Between Differents to BJT and JFET Transistor?
Lecture 23 What is a MOSFET? How Does it Work?
Lecture 24 What is a Optocoupler? How Does it Work?
Lecture 25 What is a Thyristor? How Does it Work?
Lecture 26 What is a TRIAC? How Does it Work?
Lecture 27 What is a DIAC? How Does it Work?
Lecture 28 What is a Voltage Regulator? How Does it Work?
Lecture 29 What is Operational Amplifier (Op-Amp)? How Does it Work?
Lecture 30 What are Types of Operational Amplifiers?
Lecture 31 How to Calculate Voltage and Capacitance Value of Capacitor?
Lecture 32 How to Convert AC to DC?
Section 4: Digital Electronics Fundamentals
Lecture 33 What is an Integrated Circuit (IC)?
Lecture 34 What are Logic Gates? What are the Basic Working Principles?
Section 5: Measurement Fundamentals
Lecture 35 What is a Breadboard? How Does it Use?
Lecture 36 How to Use a Digital Multimeter? (Current, Voltage and Resistance Measurement)
Section 6: Simple Hobby Electronics Circuits
Lecture 37 LDR Darkness Sensor Circuit (Animation)
Lecture 38 Flip-Flop LED Flasher Circuit (Animation)
Lecture 39 NTC Thermistor Temperature Circuit (Animation)
Lecture 40 12V Battery Level Indicator Circuit
Section 7: Conclusion
Lecture 41 Conclusion
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