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Here is a list of English vocabulary words related to electric devices:

  • Appliance: A device or machine that is used for a specific purpose, such as a refrigerator or washing machine
  • Battery: A device that stores electricity and is used to power portable electronic devices
  • Circuit: A path that electricity follows through a device or system
  • Current: The flow of electricity through a conductor
  • Electric: Pertaining to, producing, or operated by electricity
  • Electrician: A person who installs, repairs, and maintains electrical systems and devices
  • Electricity: The flow of electric charge through a conductor
  • Electronics: The science and technology of electronic devices and systems
  • Outlet: A socket that allows an electrical device to be connected to a power source
  • Plug: A device that is used to connect an electrical device to a power source
  • Socket: A receptacle that allows an electrical device to be connected to a power source
  • Amplifier: A device that increases the strength of an electrical signal
  • Circuit breaker: A device that interrupts the flow of electricity in a circuit in case of an overload
  • Conductor: A material that allows electricity to flow through it
  • Control panel: A panel that contains switches, gauges, and other devices for controlling an electrical system
  • Converter: A device that converts one form of energy into another, such as a power converter that converts AC to DC
  • Device: A machine or piece of equipment that is designed to do a specific task
  • Generator: A machine that converts mechanical energy into electrical energy
  • Inverter: A device that converts direct current (DC) into alternating current (AC)
  • Meter: A device that measures a particular quantity, such as an electric meter that measures the amount of electricity used
  • Transformer: A device that changes the voltage of an electric current
  • Adapter: A device that allows two different devices to be connected together
  • Charger: A device that is used to charge a battery
  • Extension cord: A cord that is used to extend the reach of an electrical outlet
  • Fuse: A device that is used to protect an electrical circuit from overloads
  • Light bulb: A device that produces light when electricity is passed through it
  • Power cord: A cord that is used to connect an electrical device to a power source
  • Power strip: A device that allows multiple electrical devices to be connected to a single power outlet
  • Relay: A device that controls the flow of electricity in a circuit
  • Switch: A device that is used to turn an electrical circuit on or off
  • Wiring: The system of wires and cables that are used to carry electricity in a building or device
  • Circuit board: A board that contains the circuitry of an electronic device
  • Display: A device that shows information, such as a computer monitor or an LED display
  • Electrode: A conductor through which electricity enters or leaves an electric device
  • Electrolyte: A substance that conducts electricity when dissolved in water or another solvent
  • Insulator: A material that does not conduct electricity
  • Junction box: A box that contains the wiring connections in an electrical circuit
  • Load: The amount of electrical power that a device or circuit uses
  • Microchip: A small chip that contains a microprocessor and other electronic components
  • Semiconductor: A material that can conduct electricity under some conditions, but not others
  • Transistor: A semiconductor device that amplifies or switches electrical signals
  • Voltage: The measure of the electric potential difference between two points in an electric circuit
  • Watt: A unit of power equal to one joule per second, used to measure the rate at which electricity is consumed or generated
  • Wire: A thin strand of metal that is used to conduct electricity
  • AC: Alternating current, a type of electrical current that changes direction periodically
  • DC: Direct current, a type of electrical current that flows in only one direction
  • LED: Light-emitting diode, a type of semiconductor device that produces light when electricity is passed through it
  • PCB: Printed circuit board, a board that contains the circuitry of an electronic device, made by printing conductive pathways onto a non-conductive surface
  • RF: Radio frequency, a type of electromagnetic radiation that is used for communication
  • USB: Universal serial bus, a type of connection that is used to transfer data between devices
  • Capacitor: A device that stores electrical charge
  • Diode: A semiconductor device that allows electricity to flow in only one direction
  • Electron: A subatomic particle that carries a negative electric charge
  • Electronica: The science and technology of electronic devices and systems
  • Filter: A device that removes unwanted elements from a signal or stream
  • Inductor: A device that stores energy in the form of a magnetic field

I hope this list is helpful!

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