# Electrical circuit – Doorbell

This week for science we made an electrical circuit of a doorbell.

Below you will need to post your report using the following subheadings:

• Materials
• Method
• Results
• Conclusion

## 12 thoughts on “Electrical circuit – Doorbell”

1. Tristan Platt says:

•Materials
-Battery Holder
-Battery
-Wire
-Switch
-Buzzer

•Method
1-Connnect all of the wires in the correct places.
2-Watch and be amazed by the annoying sounds.

•Results
When we connected all of the objects in the correct places, the buzzer went off and didn’t stop unless you push the switch. I realised that if you connected the switch to the red wire the whole circut would be broken somehow.

•Conclusion
When the objects were connected the electrons were always flowing through the buzzer so it didn’t stop unless you broke the circut with the switch.

2. Chelsea says:

💡Materials🔋
Buzzer
Battery holder
Battery
Wires
Switch

Method
Using the battery in the battery holder to connect one side of the wire to the switch and the different wire we got to the other side of the switch and connecting the other end of the battery and the switch to the buzzer.

Results
When it happened it made a very loud noise, Doyle and I added an extra buzzer and 2 extra battery’s which made the noise much louder and was really annoying we had to hold the switch in which was really annoying and it wouldn’t turn off.

Conclusion
Me and Joardan made our buzzer work but we were also with Tristan and Doyle which made ours noisier.

3. Materials
Batteries
Wire
Buzzer
Switch

Method
1. Connect one wire from battery to switch and the other wire to buzzer.
2.Then grab the other wire and apply it to the other of the buzzer and switch.
3. Stand back and watch.

Results
When we connected the wires to all of the parts the buzzer was loud but a little weak. So we applied more batteries to the buzzer to make it louder. We then applied another battery because it was still too weak but after applying the third battery it was really loud. We then also added another buzzer which then even more batteries we’re need to make louder.

Conclusion
It happened by the battery electrons flowing through the wires into the buzzer then to the switch and back to the battery and to continue the cycle of the buzzer and if you pushed the switch it would turn off by it stopping the electrons.

4. Brandon says:

•Materials
wire, battery, buzzer, bottun, battery holder and swich
•Method
put the battery into the battery holder, conect the wire to the batter holder, conect the buttun to the to the wire connect all the wirers togather.

•Results
when the buttun was pushed the buzzer went off

•Conclusion
there was a electricity in the wirers and the that was going in circals.

5. Lusanda says:

Materials battery battery holder wire buzzer switch
Methods first joine the long wire to one of the battery wires then joine one of the battery wires to the buzzer and the outher to the switch.
Results it worked but the wrong way round
Conclusion it happened because the wires where on wrong way.

6. ALANA says:

•Materials- 1. Buzzer
2. Battery
3. Battery holder
4. Wire
5. Switch

•Method- 1. Put the battery in the battery holder
2. Connect all the wires
3. connect the buzzer
4. Press on the buzzer

•Results- We had to use glue tack since we could not work it but then that did not work, so we got help and it was done.

•Conclusion- I think it did not work with glue tack because we used to much and I think it did not work before we used the glue tack because we did not connect them together properly.

7. Candace says:

Materials:
1.Wire
2.Battery Holder
3.Battery
4.Switch
5.Buzzer

Method:
1.Put the battery in is holder.
2.Connect all of the wires to the rest of the materials and make sure they are connected properly.
3.Once they are all connected, test and if it does not work, maybe try and put the materials around a different way.

Results:
Mahnee and I had a little bit of trouble getting the buzzer to work at the right time. Then we tried to pull our entire circuit apart and put the materials around a different way, and then it worked properly.

Conclusion:
I think this happened because the electrons were going in reverse which made the power go backwards.

8. JORDAN! says:

Materials:
Buzzer
Battery
Battery holder
Wire

Method:
Method
Using the battery in the battery holder to connect one side of the wire to the switch and the different wire we got to the other side of the switch and connecting the other end of the battery and the switch to the buzzer.

Results
When it happened it made a very loud noise, Doyle and I added an extra buzzer and 2 extra battery’s which made the noise much louder and was really annoying we had to hold the switch in which was really weird because it wouldent work last week either and it wouldn’t turn off.

Conclusion:
it happened because the energy from the battery streamed into the buzzer making it buzz like crazy! :-&

9. Mahnee says:

Electrical circuit – Doorbell

Materials
1. Wire
2. Battery
3. Battery Holder
4. Switch
5. Buzzer

Method
1. Place the battery in its holder.
2. Connect all of the colored wire to the rest of the materials and make sure they are all connected. We did black to red.
3. Once they all are connected, test and if it does not work. Maybe try and put the materials around in a different way like red to black.

Results
Candace and I had a little bit of trouble of getting the Buzzer to work at the right time. Then we had to pull our ENTRIE circuit apart and have to build it again in a different way. Then it worked properly. YAY!!!

Conclusion
The reason why this happened was because the Electrons were travelling in the opposite direction which made the sound cry non-stop.

10. Hayley says:

Materials
1) Wires
2) Doorbell or a buzzer
4) Battery
5) Battery holder
6) Switch

Method
Concert the wires together with the battery and the buzzer.
Concert the buzzer to the wires.
Used the battery to build a buzzer or a doorbell.
Put the battery in the battery holder.
Used the switch to concert all of the stuff to make a buzzer what makes a noise.

Results
I was working with Brandon and we where trying to get it right but Brandon and I had it the persist thing then the one what we post to do. Our buzzer was making a long noise and when we press the buzzer it goes off and when we are not pressing the buzzer it makes the long noise.

Conclusion
It made loud noise because we had it the wrong way and not the prober way.

11. abbylee says:

Wire
Battery
Buzzer
Method
Battery holder
Switch
Method: step1 connect the switch to the wire connect the wire from the switch then connect the busser the hock the wire than when I was finished well it didn’t work and it kept breaking on us.
Results: well it went good than it went bad and it didn’t work so we gave up and I think it was bad.
Conclusion: it happened because it didn’t work properly and I think that Deng should of helped a lot more and I think that I did most of it and he was slack but other than that I think that it went all good and I think out of then I think that I would be a 7 or a 8 I think because we where successful.

12. aaliyah says:

Method
1. Switch
2. battery
3. Battery caver
4. wire
5. Buzzer
Button
Method
put the battery in the caver.
put the buzzer on the wire.
put button in on the wire.
Results
The buzzer was making a sound.
Conclusion
The buzzer was making a sound