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Textbook Problem

Explain why testlights are not recommended for test ing computer circuits.

To determine

For testing of computer circuits, test lights are not recommended.

Answer

Test lights are not recommended for testing computer circuits. For testing the computer circuit, multimeters are used.

Explanation

Given Information:

Test lights and computer circuits.

Test lights are used where circuits are not present. Basically, it is used for automobile.

Computer circuits works on different voltages like 12 volts, 5 volts and 3.3 volts at a time and circulate AC electricity, this AC convert DC by Switch mode power Supply. For testing the circuit, use multimeter.

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