- -Important notes on the phasor
**diagram**of**series RC circuit**shown in figure t : A-All the**vectors**are rotating in the same angular speed ω. B-This**circuit**acts as a capacitive**circuit**and I leads V S by a phase shift of Ө (which is the current angle if the source voltage is the reference signal). Ө ranges from 0o to 90o (0o < Ө <90o). - Equation 8.35 represents a circle whose radius is V/2X L and the co-ordinates of the centre are V/2X L ,0.. In a similar way we can prove that for a
**series RC circuit**as in Fig. 8.19(c), with variable R, the locus of the tip of the current**vector**is a semi-circle and is given by. The centre has coordinates of -V/2X L ,0 and radius as V/2X L. (b) Fixed resistance, variable reactance: **Series****RC****Circuit****Vector**and**Circuit**Analyzer. By James Bourassa, John Rosz. In this teaching and learning aid, the user can alter**circuit**variables and view how these changes affect**circuit**voltage, current, reactance, impedance, and phase angle. Watch Now.- Wiring
**diagrams**are laid out similar to a road map because the**diagrams show**how each major electrical system, individual**circuit**and sub-system connects, thInspect the wires connected to the 24 VAC transformer. 80 120. ... dimensions and wiring**diagrams**are 120V. 24. 2-11 in which**vector**1 is 120 degrees in advance of**vector**2 and the phase ... - Explanation: I. In any parallel
**circuit**of elemnts: R,C,: resistance, capacitance (and or inductance) , the voltage across all 2 elements is the same, the current through individual elemnnts and its phase differs. Since the voltage is the common factor, the**vector diagram**will have the 2 currents relative to the voltage reference**vector**.