Question

difference between a load and a control? ..there is no difference, loads use power, controls use power or loads are the power

Answer #1

Second option, 'loads use power' is the correct answer.

Explanation -

The main differences between load and control are as follows -

Load | Control |

A load can be a light, heater or motor | It is a switch that control the operation of a unit. |

It uses electrical energy to do work. | There are two types of switches - close-on-rise and open-on-rise |

When electric current passes through a load, it creates a voltage drop. | The examples of control are thermostate, humidstate, flow switches and float switches. |

An electrical path that does not contain a load is know as short circuit. | It also requires energy to control the load. |

Hence, the second option is the correct answer.

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