SPDT Light Wiring system

SPDT Light System Diagram:

A Single Pole Double Throw (SPDT) switch consists of three terminals and connects the source terminal and 1 of 2 output terminals. An SPDT switch allows for an "ON/OFF" configuration, which means the switch's input terminal is always completing 1 of the 2 possible circuits that the switch controls for the Light diagram.

Diagram of SPDT Light Wiring system:

Materials Need for this Project:

You can get the Materials from any of the sites below:

1. 12V Battery
2. LED Light
3. Rocket Switch

Materials used to make the SPDT Light Wiring diagram:

01. 12V Battery

A 12-volt battery is an irregular battery used in certain electronic applications. Among all types of batteries, the 12-volt battery is one that looks very different depending on its use. It can be big or small, heavy or light. Twelve-volt batteries are commonly used in RV, boat and other automobile systems.From a technical perspective, a battery uses one or more cells to allow a chemical reaction that creates a flow of electrons in a circuit.

2. LED Light

LED (Light Emitting Diode) is basically a type of diode that emits light at a specific voltage. These LED bulbs operate at a very low voltage such as 2~3 volts. When the light emitting diode is forward biased, the free electrons in the n-type semiconductor gain electrical energy from the DC source and move from the balance band to the conduction band and, under the influence of the electric stress, current flows through the junction. P-type.In p-type most of the carrier holes are located in the valence band. This is basically how the p-n junction becomes a light source.

03. Rocker Switch

A button houses switches for rocker operation that can be pressed at either end like a lead to disconnect an electrical circuit. They are often used as on/off switches in main power supplies for electronic devices.A rocker switch is a type of switch that rocks back and forth, an action where one end is raised and the other is depressed. One side of the switch is on and the other is off; Most of the switches in the RAN family are rocker switches.

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