Hello everybody I have a question about resistance in Ohm's law, according to the formula "I = U/R" the less resistance you have, the more current you got and accordingly the more power you drain. So I don't get it, is this meaning the more load you got the less power you drain? That's a little counterintuitive, so I need a little advice from you guys to make this clear. Thank you in advance.
Just to make things clear.
- An electrical load is an electrical component or portion of a circuit that consumes (active) electricpower. E.g. solenoid, motor, lightbulb etc.
- The stronger load (solenoid), the more wire it has, the more resistance it has.
- The higher resistance in circuit, the lower current flow, and the power.