Voltage Across Components In A Series Circuit - with the ponent the supply voltage is shared between ponents in a series circuit so the sum of the voltages across all of the ponents in a series circuit is equal to the supply voltage see how the voltage drops across each ponent in proportion to the resistance of the ponent in a series circuit the current is obviously the same through each ponent there is only one path for the electricity so it is the same everywhere notice the voltage drops across each resistor and how the sum of the voltage drops 1 5 5 2 5 is equal to the battery supply voltage 9 volts this is the third principle of series circuits the supply voltage in a series circuit is equal to the sum of the individual voltage drops in a series circuit the total voltage is the sum of the voltage drops across all the ponent in series when the voltage drops across each the individual ponents are added up they will equal in a series.

rlc circuit containing a resistor an inductor and a capacitor the source voltage v s is the phasor sum made up of three ponents v r v l and v c with the current mon to all three since the current is mon to all three ponents it is used as the horizontal reference when constructing a voltage and current for ponents in series voltages add up for ponents connected in series currents are the same through all ponents connected in series in this circuit the 4v across the resistor and the 2v across the led add up to the battery voltage 2v 4v 6v the current through all parts battery resistor and led is 20ma the voltage drop across a resistor in a series circuit is directly proportional to the size of the resistor if the circuit is broken at any point no current will flow 1 the first principle to understand about parallel circuits is that the voltage is equal across all ponents in the circuit.

this is because there are only two sets of electrically mon points in a parallel circuit and the voltage measured between sets of mon points must always be the same at in a series circuit the total voltage is the sum of the voltage drops across all the ponent in series when the voltage drops across each the individual ponents are added up they will equal



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