ISI mark is the mark necessary for appliance approval.
Which Mark is necessary on electric appliances for ensuring safety?
The mark of safety is ISI marks which certifies that the appliance is safe to use.
Why should we look for ISI mark on electrical appliances?
The consumer should look for ISI mark on electrical goods because it gives an assurance that the product meets quality certifications.
Why should we look for ISI mark on electrical appliances Class 7?
The ISI mark ensures that the appliance is safe and wastage of energy is minimum.
Which mark ensures the appliance is safe and wastage of energy is minimum?
The ISI mark ensures that the appliance is safe and energy efficient (the wastage of energy being the minimum).
What are 10 electrical safety tips?
10 Electrical Safety Tips for Kids
- Fly kites far away from power lines. …
- Don’t fly drones near power lines. …
- Stay away from electrical substations. …
- Never play on transformers. …
- Don’t climb trees near power lines. …
- Electricity and water don’t mix. …
- Never yank an electric cord from the wall.
Which consumer right suggest that consumer must use ISI marked electrical goods?
Consumers should use ISI marked electrical appliance is an example of. Right to be informed. Right to safety.
On which effect of electricity does fuse work?
An electric fuse works on the principle of ‘Heating Effect of Electric Current’. According to the heating effect of electric current, when an electric current is passed through a current carrying conductor, it does not let the current to flow. As a result the charges start accumulating and hence heat is generated.
Why we should not use just any other wire than the one carrying ISI mark?
A copper metal wire (or any other metal wire or metal strip) should not be used as a fuse wire because it has a high melting point due to which it will not melt easily when a large current passes through it.
What is open and closed circuit?
An open circuit is defined to be basically a circuit where the energy is not flowing through it. A closed-circuit is defined to be the one where the energy is allowed to flow through it by turning it on. A circuit is made closed if the electricity is flowing from an energy source to the desired endpoint of the circuit.
What are the effects of electrical current?
Hence, the three effects of electric current are heating effect, magnetic effect and chemical effect. Note:we have discussed briefly about the effects of current. You need to memorize the effects namely heating effect, magnetic effect and chemical effect.