To travel around.
Wiring path for electricity, including conductors, load and circuit protection.
A circuit is a path which ends at the vertex it begins (so a loop is an circuit of length one).
an arrangement of components that provides a continuous pathway through which an electric current can flow
A number of components wired together to perform an electrical function. When voltage is applied, current flows and the function is performed. Mostly used as an confirmation sound.
The path taken by electrical current flowing through a conductor from one terminal of the source of supply to the other.
A path for the transmission of electromagnetic signals; includes all conditioning and signaling equipment. Synonym: facility.
A complete pathway through which electricity moves. If a circuit is complete, it is considered closed, and energy will flow. If a circuit is broken, it is an open circuit, and no energy will flow.
unbroken path of an electrical conductor that allows electrical current to flow from the power source and back again
A complete set of electric conductors from the power source to various devices and back to the power source.
The path of electrical current leading from a power source through wire to a destination (a light or appliance) and then back to the source.
A communications channel or path between two devices capable of carrying electrical current. Also used to describe a set of components connected together to perform a specific task.
a closed loop arrangement of elements such as capacitors, resistors, inductors, and batteries, through which electrical current flows.
A circuit complete loop. An electrical circuit is when a battery is connected from the positive terminal by wires into one terminal of the device and a return wire is connected from the other terminal and back to the negative terminal of the battery. An open circuit is when a switch is opened to stop the electricity flow or when a wire is disconnected or when the device fails (globe blows) all these things will stop the device from working.
AKA, local loop , or leased line .
1) The means by which a lantern is connected to a dimmer or patch panel. Numbered for reference. 2) A complete electrical "loop" around which current can flow.
The completed path traveled by an electric current.
A complete path of an electric current.
The path for an electric current.
An electrical connection between electric or electronic components.
A system of conductors through which electricity flows or is intended to flow.
The complete path of an electrical current. When the continuity is broken, it is called an open circuit; when continuity is maintained, it is called a closed circuit.
A collection of components, active and passive through which an electric current flows to produce an effect or effects.
A continuous loop of current (i.e. incoming "hot" wire, through a device, and returned by "neutral" wire).
strictly, a circuit is just one conducting loop containing a string of electrical components joined end to end. In common parlance the meaning is often extended to include any arrangement of components, which may contain many different loops.
A complete path for electrical current to flow.
The interconnection of a number of electrical elements and/or devices to perform a desired electrical function.
A switched or dedicated communications path with a specified bandwidth (transmission speed/capacity).
A complete path for a current, including a voltage source and resistance.
A circuit is a path which begins and ends at the same vertex. Note that a circuit does not necessarily have to pass by every vertex or edge, nor is a circuit restricted to passing vertices and edges only once. Compare with a cycle.
A CIRCUIT is a path through which electricity travels.
A circuit (electrical or electronical) is a closed path which can be followed by an electric current or a configuration of electrically or electromagnetically connected components or devices. See also: circuit diagram, circuit scheme
A complete path for an electric current.
An assembly of electrical equipment supplied from the same origin and protected against overcurrent by the same protective device(s).
the pathway an electrical current travels to and from the main source
1. n. One or more conductors through which an electric current can flow. 2. n. A logic device.
The phsyical electrical circuit between a luminaire and the associated dimmer channel.
A system of electrical components through which an electric current is intended to flow. The continuous path of an electric current.
Two or more wires through which electricity circulates from the supply source to one or more outlets.
An electrical device in which charge can come back to its starting point and be recycled rather than getting stuck in a dead end.
The processing place in a hearing aid where sound is converted to either data (for digital) or electric impulses (for analog) and boosted.
an electrical device that provides a path for electrical current to flow
a closed conducting path
a closed loop containing a source of electrical energy (like a battery) and a load (like a light bulb)
a closed loop containing a source of electrical energy (such as a battery) and a load (such as a light bulb)
a closed, simple path
a closed, usually circular path
a collection of devices connected by wires
a complete path of electric current, including the source of electric energy
a complete pathway that allows electricity to flow
a finite path where the initial and terminal nodes coincide
a network that has a closed loop i
an unbroken loop of conductive material that allows electrons to flow through continuously without beginning or end
a path between a positive charge and a negative charge
a path for an electric current across a potential (voltage)
a path for electric energy to follow
a path for electrons to flow through
a path for which the last vertex is the same as the first vertex
a path over the onion routing -network
a path over which information travels
a path that begins and ends on the same vertex without repeating any edges
a path that electricity goes through
a path that ends at the same vertex as it started
a path through the network
a path through which electrical current can flow from one side of a battery (or other source of force) to the other
a path which starts and ends at the same vertex
a physical path for voice, image or data transmission
a series of conductors, or things through which electricity can flow
a structure that directs and controls electric currents, presumably to perform some useful function
One or more conductors through which electricity flows.
An interconnection of electrical components designed to produce a desired result. A basic circuit consists of a source, a load, and an interconnecting current path.
The path over which voice, data, or image transmission travels. Circuits can be twisted wire pairs, coaxial cables, fiber optic cables, microwave transmissions, and so forth.
complete path through which electricity can flow
A circular path in which electrical currents flow.
The path followed by a flow of electrons. A closed circuit is a complete path. An open circuit has a broken or disconnected path.
Provides more than one path for the flow of current. A parallel arrangement of batteries (usually of like voltages and capacities) has all positive terminals connected to a conductor and all negative terminals connected to another conductor. If two 12 volt batteries of 50 ampere-hour capacity each are connected in parallel, the circuit voltage is 12 volts and the ampere-hour capacity of the combination is 100 ampere-hours.
Only has one path for the flow of current. Batteries arranged in series connect the negative of the first to the positive of the second, the negative of the second to positive of the third, etc. If two 12 volt batteries of 50 ampere-hour capacity each are connected in series, the circuit voltage is equal to the sum of the two battery voltages, (24 volts) and the ampere-hour capacity remains 50 Ah, but at the higher operating voltage.
The path taken by an electric current, often comprising a cell, an electrical device and connecting wires. Electricity and magnetism
a circular route traveled by electricity.
The interconnection of a number of electrical elements and/or devices, performing a desired electrical functions. A circuit must contain one or more active elements (devices) in order to distinguish it from a network.
A set of wires along which current flows and returns. It is necessary to have a complete circuit for current to flow.
path or route along which an electric current flows, made up of conductors carrying electrical energy between the terminals of a voltage source.
The electrical system in your home is separated into individual units referred to as circuits. Depending upon the layout of your home and electrical codes in your area, each circuit may be designed to operate a specific area of the home or a single appliance.
an interconnected group of active and passive electrical and electronic components that accomplishes a electrical and electronic components that accomplishes a desired function such as switching, amplification, filtering, or data conversion
A circuit is the complete path between two terminals over which one-way or two-way communications may be provided. For more than 100 yearsâ€”from the beginning of the telegraph up until electronic switchingâ€”a circuit was "dedicated" to its specific use (usually a voice phone call). Nothing could happen on the path (usually copper wire) until the call was completed. With the advent of computerized time multiplexing, however, it became possible to send more than one transmission over part of the same circuit. Circuits became "virtual" at that point, since the path was not the same for the entire length of the communication.
a path of electrical flow from a power source through a fixture and return to ground or neutral.
An electronic closed-loop path between two or more points used for signal transfer.
A continuous path of electrical current.
Any path that can carry an electrical current.
a complete route or path through which a current or communication channel can flow; the apparatus through which current passes
The path along which electricity flows.
A network of wiring that typically commences at a panel box, feeds electricity to outlets and ultimately returns to the panel box.
A two-way communications path. (2) A communication path or network; usually a pair of channels providing bidirectional communication.
Path that electricity follows.
A wire or system of wires carrying electricity and/or telecommunications service.
An arrangement of individual electronic components or devices that use the flow of electrical current thru them to perform useful work or functions.
is the path through which electricity flows.
An electrical connection which, when charged, it magnetizes a piece of metal. This circuit is involved in the mechanism which opens the valves to allow pipes to speak in an electric action instrument.
An interconnection of electronic components to provide an electrical path between the positive and negative terminals of a power source.
A joined up series of electrical conductors, wires and components that allow an electrical current to flow.
To engineers, a "circuit" is a closed loop. But in theoretical computer science, a circuit never has loops: instead, it starts with an input, then applies a sequence of simple operations (or gates) to produce an output. For example, an OR gate outputs 1 if either of its input bits are 1, and 0 otherwise. The output of a gate can then be used as an input to other gates.
A rectangular flight path around the runway in use; the flight-path used by aircraft approaching for landing.
The interconnection of a number of devices in one or more closed paths to perform an electronic function.
An electron or fluid-flow path that makes a complete loop.
Short for electrical circuit, a complete circuit requires two electrical conductors (wires), an electrical source, and an electrical device such as a light. Electricity travels through one "hot" wire from the source to the device where it is converted into light, heat, or energy, then it returns along the other "neutral" wire to the source.
the complete path through which current flows, from the source and back again
Path of electrical flow (wiring)
A conductor or a system of conductors through which electric current flows.
Any closed path for electrical current. A configuration of electrically or electromagnetically-connected components or devices.
A branch of the main electrical system which brings electricity to appliances or to a room in the house via switches and outlets.
An electrical device providing a trail for electrical current to flow.
A string of electronic devices such as transistors, resistors, capacitors, and diodes connected by wires so that current can run through it in a complete loop. Circuits can be simple or complex. The wiring connecting a switch to a light to the power source and back to the switch is a simple circuit; opening the switch breaks the circuit and stops the current flow. Even a computer chip is simply an extremely complicated network of circuits.
The electrical path from the dimmer to the luminaire.
a communications path between two points.
A system of conducting media designed to pass an electric current.
In a network, a communications data path that connects adjacent nodes. A circuit is not a physical data path but, rather, a logical connection that operates over a physical connection (a line). All input and output (I/O) between nodes takes place over circuits.
A complete path through which an electric current flows.
A full path of electrical current from a voltage source that passes completely from one terminal of the voltage source to another.
A continuous loop of electrical current flowing along wires or cables. For example, you may group your kitchen outlets into one circuit. The circuit switch is what you turn off on your electrical panel when you are working on that area to prevent electricity from going to that area.
A physical transmission path between two or more points.
A device, or system of devices, that allows electrical current to flow through and voltage to occur across positive and negative terminals.
A complete path through which an electric current can flow.
The path (usually wire) through which current flows between an electrical energy source and an electrical device, appliance or fixture.
a closed path through which an electric current flows
A logical function or functions constructed from electrical devices.
A complete path that allows electrical current from one terminal of a voltage source to the other terminal.
The complete path of an electric current. It usually includes the source of electrical energy and the load.
The path electric current takes from the power source to the device using the power and back to the source.
The path through a network from source to destination and back.
The path that electricity flows through a conductor.
1.) Any closed path followed by electrical current. 2.) A configuration of electrically or electro-magnetically connected components or devices.
A conductor or system of conductors through which an electric current is intended to flow.
A circular path traveled by an electric current, emanating from and returning to a single source. In a home, each wiring circuit begins at the power source (usually a service panel), then, via the black wire, leads to outlets, switches, fixtures or plugged-in appliances before ultimately returning to the source, via the white wire.
A controlled path for electricity. A circuit includes a source, path, load, and control.
refers to the physical connection of channels, conductors and equipment between two given points through which an electric current may be established.
A conducting path through which an electric current is intended to flow.
The copper connections which allow electrical currents to pass between components, and create a functioning electrical or electronic device.
A closed path along which an electric current flows.
The combination of a number of connected electrical elements to accomplish a desired function.
A circuit is a continuous loop of current.
An electrical circuit. In theatrical lighting terms a circuit usually refers to the part of a lighting circuit which extends from the dimmer to the lighting instrument. In permanent installations where this is a fixed relationship (dimmer-per-circuit) the terms dimmer and circuit are often used interchangeably. See Also: Dimmer Per Circuit Lighting Instrument Dimmer
A network of wiring that typically commences and returns at a panel box, and feeds electricity to outlets.
The path of electrical flow from a power source through an outlet and back to ground
A path that allows an electric charge to flow through it.
A means of both-way communication between two or more points; a complete two-way telecommunications loop.
An electrical path composed of wiring, switches, and other electrical components that leads to and from a power source through the component operated by the electric current. A series of vacuum lines and vacuum-operated components is sometimes called a vacuum circuit; unlike electricity, vacuum does not require a complete loop leading back to the power source.
A circuit is a network of circuit elements such as resistors, inductors, capacitors, semiconductors, etc. that performs a specific function.
a continuous system of conductors providing a path for electricity.
The path for an electrical current flow. It can also be a set or group of electrical components and conductors designed to perform a particular task.
Interconnection of components to provide an electrical path between two or more components.
A transmission path between two or more points,either one-way of two-way mode.
The medium connecting two communicating devices, or a path between a transmitting and receiving device (there may be one or more intermediary nodes).
Physical path of channels between two given points that carry a current - in this case the telephone call
One complete run of a set of electric conductors from a power source to various electrical devices (appliances, lights, etc.) and back to the same power source.
An electric circuit is the path of an electric current. A closed circuit has a complete path. An open circuit has a broken or disconnected path.
a combination of electrical elements connected together to perform a specific function.
A path for electrical current to flow from the power source, to the point of use, and back to the power source.
Communications path between two or more points.
The complete path or part of the path of an electric current.
A physical, metallic path used for two-way communications between two or more points.
The complete path between two points or terminals over which one-way or two-way communications may be provided with capabilities for a number of channels. A simple dial-up connection is a circuit that is reserved only for the duration of the call. A dedicated circuit is reserved in advance or leased for a period of time and can only be used by the owner/renter.
A circuit which has only one path for the current to flow. Batteries arranged in series are connected with the negative of the first to the positive of the second, negative of the second to the positive of the third, etc. If two 12 volt batteries of 100 ampere-hours capacity are connected in series, the circuit voltage is equal to the sum of the two batter voltages, or 24 volts, and the ampere-hour capacity of the combination is 100 ampere hours.
A circuit which provides more than one path for current flow. A parallel arrangement of batteries (of like voltage and capacity) would have all positive terminals connected to a conductor and all negative terminals connected to another conductor. If two 12 volt batteries of 100 ampere-hour capacity each are connected in parallel, the circuit voltage is 12 volts, and the ampere-hour capacity of the combination is 200 ampere-hours.
A circular path in which electricity travels.
A path through which electric current is intended to flow. A circuit originates from a central point and extends out to serve customers. (see illustration)
A system of conductors that convey electricity.
A path that begins and ends at the same vertex.
A closed path followed or capable of being followed by an electric current.
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1.The complete path of an electric current including the source of electricity and the conductors through which it flows. 2.A two-way communications path between computers.
A complete or partial path followed by a flow of electric current.
Conductor for electric current.
the path followed by an electric current. Electricity must flow in a circuit to do useful work.
A path of conductors (wires) that an electric current follows.
The path of electricity away from, and back to, its source.
A transmission path between two points in a network.
Any unbroken path through which an electrical current can flow. Also used to describe fuel flow in some engines.
The complete path of an electric current, including the generating apparatus or other source; or, a specific segment or section of the complete path.
Arrangement of electrical conductors that allow the flow of electrical current. A complete or partial path for the flow of electrical current; any hookup or wiring that is connected into that path, such as radio, television, etc.
An organized interconnection of passive and active electrical components to accomplish some electrical objective. A circuit can be further described as analog, digital, or RF, depending on the application.
The chosen wiring route for an electric current to traverse.
is the path electricity takes. For example, the path from the power plant to your house is a circuit.
The physical path that runs between two or more points that can be used for two-way communication or to perform another specific function.
A path along which the electric current is able to flow.
A complete path for electrical flow from one terminal to the other of a power source such as a power supply or battery.
A conductive channel through which electrical current flows (in a closed loop termed closed-circuit) or through which light energy flows.
1. An electronic path between two or more components capable of providing a number of channels. 2. Interconnection of conductors to carry an electrical current.
A circuit is needed for an electric current to flow. It takes the current from the source of the electricity (whether it is a battery of a power station) and back again
In law, a circuit is an appellate judicial district commonly seen in the court systems of many nations. The term (as traditionally used among English-speaking lawyers) comes from an era in which judges would ride around the countryside each year on preset paths to hear cases.