Electronics - Series-Parallel Circuits - Discussion


The current flowing through an unloaded voltage divider is called the:

[A]. resistor current
[B]. load current
[C]. bleeder current
[D]. voltage current

Answer: Option C


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Prasanna said: (Aug 19, 2012)  
Can anyone please explain

Sushmitha Bhanu said: (Oct 16, 2013)  
Please. Explain anyone. What is the definition of bleeder current?

Hannu said: (Nov 16, 2013)  
A current drawn continuously from a source is called bleeder current. And is used to stabilize the o/p voltage of a source.

Rashee said: (Dec 9, 2013)  
What is unloaded voltage divider?

Pradeep said: (Aug 11, 2014)  
Someone please explain this question in more details?

Srilatha Padala said: (Sep 16, 2015)  
In electronics, a bleeder resistor is a resistor connected in parallel with the output of a high-voltage power supply circuit for the purpose of discharging the electric charge stored in the power supply's filter capacitors when the equipment is turned off, for safety reasons.

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