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Servicing the Mornington Peninsula for 20+ years. Simply Electrical specialises in small residential jobs. Need repairs to your out door spa heater for the festive season?
We can have a technician out to your house within 24 hours 365 days of the year.

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We are certified, A grade electricians that can help with all your electrical work, in your home or business. Our aim is to supply our customers, with up-to-date product knowledge and a job done safely, on time and in budget.

LED lighting

Switch you home or office into a beutifully lit, energy efficiant space.

Maintenance

General and preventative electrical maintenance can save you thousands later.

Switchboard Upgrades

Protect your family and friends with functional, modern safety switches.

Air Conditioning

Prepare your family for a hot Melbourne summer with single room or ducted air conditioning.

Test & Tag

Don’t risk the health and safety of your employees or the public. Have your equipment checked regularly.

Phone & Data

Imagine a network connection that doesn’t drop out! Running data through your house allows multiple connections.

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The ability of chemical reactions to produce electricity, and conversely the ability of electricity to drive chemical reactions has a wide array of uses.

Electrochemistry has always been an important part of electricity. From the initial invention of the Voltaic pile, electrochemical cells have evolved into the many different types of batteries, electroplating and electrolysis cells. Aluminium is produced in vast quantities this way, and many portable devices are electrically powered using rechargeable cells.

An electric circuit is an interconnection of electric components such that electric charge is made to flow along a closed path (a circuit), usually to perform some useful task.

The components in an electric circuit can take many forms, which can include elements such as resistors, capacitors, switches, transformers and electronics. Electronic circuits contain active components, usually semiconductors, and typically exhibit non-linear behaviour, requiring complex analysis. The simplest electric components are those that are termed passive and linear: while they may temporarily store energy, they contain no sources of it, and exhibit linear responses to stimuli.

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This relationship between magnetic fields and currents is extremely important, for it led to Michael Faraday’s invention of the electric motor in 1821. Faraday’s homopolar motor consisted of a permanent magnet sitting in a pool of mercury. A current was allowed through a wire suspended from a pivot above the magnet and dipped into the mercury. The magnet exerted a tangential force on the wire, making it circle around the magnet for as long as the current was maintained.

The ability of chemical reactions to produce electricity, and conversely the ability of electricity to drive chemical reactions has a wide array of uses.

Electrochemistry has always been an important part of electricity. From the initial invention of the Voltaic pile, electrochemical cells have evolved into the many different types of batteries, electroplating and electrolysis cells. Aluminium is produced in vast quantities this way, and many portable devices are electrically powered using rechargeable cells.

An electric circuit is an interconnection of electric components such that electric charge is made to flow along a closed path (a circuit), usually to perform some useful task.

The components in an electric circuit can take many forms, which can include elements such as resistors, capacitors, switches, transformers and electronics. Electronic circuits contain active components, usually semiconductors, and typically exhibit non-linear behaviour, requiring complex analysis. The simplest electric components are those that are termed passive and linear: while they may temporarily store energy, they contain no sources of it, and exhibit linear responses to stimuli.

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