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Electrical Circuits - Circuit Components: Common circuit symbols exist as a near universal language in electrical engineering and can save a lot of confusion. Having standard circuit symbols allows circuit diagrams to be drawn and understood around the world. Students will be able to interpret and make a range of circuits after learning these symbols. Students will also be able to accurately draw circuits using these symbols.

Here's a page with symbols for use when drawing circuit diagrams.

A visually appealing PowerPoint designed to introduce simple electrical circuits to your students. The PowerPoint covers simple circuit diagrams, circuit symbols, series and parallel circuits and specialist circuits such as domestic lighting, safety switches, two-way switches and Christmas tree lights.

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How do I draw a circuit? Here is a chart to help you to understand the different circuit symbols that are used in when drawing the different components of the circuit. Each circuit component has it’s own symbol. These symbols are universal so we call all understand each other’s diagrams. #STEM #electricity

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Each acrylic box contains an electronic component such as a switch, motor or light! This teaching aid designed by Museum staff volunteers is called the “Circuit Jigsaw”. You can follow the circuit diagram and put these blocks together like a jigsaw, or try come up with your own circuit design! The jigsaw has three levels of difficulties, with one star being easy and three stars being hard. Test your knowledge of electric circuits!

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