N-M1 Direct Current (DC) Circuits Module





For the correct understanding of electronics it is necessary to know some fundamental laws and theorems such as Ohm’s Law, Kirchhoff’s Laws and other simple theorems of initiation to D.C. circuits.

With Direct Current (D.C.) Circuits Module, "N-M1", designed by EDIBON, you can start to study the basic principles of direct current, such as:

  • Handling of measuring and testing instruments (ammeter, voltmeter, ohmmeter and multimeter).
  • Study of Ohm’s law and its practical testing.
  • Study of the different resistors: electrical resistance, characteristics of resistors, study of the concept of resistivity, conductivity, conductance and how to measure resistors.
  • Association of resistors (series, parallel, mixed circuit) and Wheatstone bridge.
  • Study of Kirchhoff’s laws.

In addition, faults can be simulated in most of the study circuits. The student must investigate what is happening in the circuit and why it is not working correctly. These fault simulations can be of various types from faulty components to a hypothetical incorrect assembly of the circuit.



Measurement managing and checking instruments:

  1. Electronic instrumentation operation. Use of multimeter.
  2. Faults study of F1 in Resistance circuit.
  3. Faults study of F2 in Resistance circuit.
  4. Theoretical/practical exercises.

Ohm’s Law:

  1. Ohm’s Law verification.
  2. Power calculation.
  3. Theoretical/practical exercises.

Resistors: characteristics and types:

  1. Resistor measurements.
  2. Faults study of F1 in Resistors circuit.
  3. Faults study of F2 in Resistors circuit.
  4. Theoretical/practical exercises.

Resistors association and the Wheatstone Bridge:

  1. Voltage and current measurement in a circuit with resistors connected in series.
  2. Parallel configuration study.
  3. The Wheatsto ne Bridge.
  4. Faults study of F1 in Series Resistors circuit.
  5. Faults study of F2 in Parallel Resistors circuit.
  6. Faults study of F1 in Wheatstone Bridge circuit.
  7. Faults study of F2 in Wheatstone Bridge circuit.
  8. Theoretical/practical exercises.

Kirchoff’s laws:

  1. Kirchoff’s first law.
  2. Kirchoff’s second law.
  3. Fault study using Kirchoff’s law.
  4. Theoretical/practical exercises.


  1. Voltage/Current dividers.
  2. Batteries and Switches.
  3. Power source in series and parallel.
  4. Several other exercises can be done and designed by the user.