# Applications and Examples of RL, RC, LC, RLC Circuits

Here in this article, we are going to know the uses, applications, and practical real-life examples of RL, RC, LC, and RLC Circuits. Before going to examples first of all we must know about these circuits. The 'RL' where R indicates the resistance and the L indicates the Inductance, so the RL circuit has both resistive and inductive elements either connected in series or in parallel. The 'RC' where R indicates the resistance and C indicates the Capacitance, so the RC circuit has both Resistive and Capacitive elements either connected in series or parallel. Similarly, 'LC' where L indicates the Inductance and C indicates the Capacitance, so the LC circuit has both Inductive and Capacitive elements either connected in series or parallel. The RLC circuit has all the resistive, inductive, and capacitive elements.

## RL Circuit Examples

The practical examples of RL Circuits are,

**Ceiling Fan with Resistive Regulator Circuit**- Yes, we know that the ceiling fan is built with an electric motor that is an inductive load or inductive element and the old resistive fan regulator is a resistive element. It can be called as a series RL circuit because the fan regulator is connected in series with the inductive coil of the fan.**Capacitance Compensator Circuit**- An inductor is connected in parallel with the load resistor of any amplifier or processing circuit to compensate for the capacitance loading effect.

## RL Circuit Uses and Applications

RL circuits are used in,

- Filter Circuits
- Resonant Circuits
- Signal Processing Circuits
- Tuning Circuits
- Current and voltage magnification circuits
- Oscillator circuits

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## RC Circuit Examples

The practical Examples of RC Circuit are,

**Flash Light Circuit**- We know that flashlight is built with a light and capacitor. The charging and discharging of the capacitor help for flashing. Here the light is a resistive element and the capacitor is the capacitive element.**Timer Circuit**- Where a variable resistor is used with the capacitor. Using the variable resistor we can control the charging and discharging time of the capacitor so timing also can be controlled.**Relaxation Oscillator Circuit**

## RC Circuit Uses and Applications

RC circuits are used in,

- High-pass or Low Pass Filter Circuits
- Traffic Light Control Circuits
- Heart Pacemaker Circuits
- Audio Equipment
- An electronic integrator or differentiator circuits

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## LC Circuit Examples

Some practical examples of LC circuits are,

**LC Tank Circuit**- It is constructed by connecting an inductor in parallel with a capacitor. Its main function of it is to generate the oscillating signal.**Capacitor Bank with Motor**- Capacitor bank a capacitive element is connected in parallel with the motor(an inductive load) to improve the power factor.

## LC Circuit Uses and Applications

LC Circuits are used in,

- Radio Transmitter and Receiver Circuits
- Tuning Circuits
- Audio Equilizer Circuits
- Bandwidth filter circuits
- Induction Heaters
- RF Amplifiers

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## RLC Circuit Examples

The practical examples of RLC Circuits are,

- Oscillator Circuits - Here, inductive and capacitive elements are used to create oscillation whereas the resistive element is used to vary the time and other parameters.
- Tuning Circuit - Here, also all the resistor, inductor, and capacitor is used.

## RLC Circuit Uses and Applications

RLC circuits are used in,

- Audio Equipment
- Filter Circuits
- Resonance Circuits
- Voltage and Current Magnification Circuits
- Electronic Communication Devices

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Applications and Examples of RL, RC, LC, RLC Circuits
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