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voltageThe driving force behind the flow of electricity, similar to the pressure in a water pipe. Most U.S. homes are wired with 110 and 220volt lines, with the 110volt power used for lighting and most of [..]

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VoltageThe difference in electrical potential between any two conductors or between a conductor and ground. It is a measure of the electric energy per electron that electrons can acquire and/or give up a [..]

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voltageA measured electric potential, in volts.

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voltage"electromotive force reckoned in volts," 1882, from volt + age.

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VoltageA unit used to measure the electromotive force of an electric current.

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voltagethe rate at which energy is drawn from a source that produces a flow of electricity in a circuit; expressed in volts electric potential: the difference in electrical charge between two points in a cir [..]

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VOLTAGEAn expression of electric force, or pressure. One volt being the force needed to move one amp against one ohm resistance.

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VoltageThe voltage between two points in an electrical circuit is a measure of the potential difference, or the force, that is pushing electrons between these two points. It is analogous to water pressure in [..]

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voltageCommonly used as a short name for electrical potential difference. Its corresponding SI unit is the volt (symbol: V ).

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VoltageSee Potential.

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VoltageThe term most often used in place of electromotive force, potential difference or voltage drop to designate the electric pressure that exists between two points and is capable of producing a current w [..]

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VOLTAGEThe driving force behind the flow of electricity somewhat like pressure is in a water pipe.

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VOLTAGEElectromotive force or potential difference that pushes electricity through a wire, usually expressed in volts. Under IEEE 1547, the Distributed Resource must be able to cease to produce voltage withi [..]

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VoltageThe amount of work it would take to move an electric charge between two points, divided by the value of the charge?that is, work per unit charge.

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voltageThe electrical potential difference that exists between two points and is capable of producing a flow of current when a closed circuit is connected between the two points.

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VoltageThe force or “push” driving electrical energy through a conductor or wire that can be compared to the pressure of water in a pipe.

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VoltageMeasurement of electrical potential difference expressed in volts.

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VoltageThe electrical force, or pressure that pushes the current over the conductors. Volts are the measurement units

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VoltageVoltage is electric pressure. A volt is a unit of electromotive force which causes 1 Amp of current to flow through a 1 Ohm resistor.

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VoltageThe force that causes a current to flow in an electrical circuit. Analogous to pressure in hydraulics, voltage is often referred to as electrical pressure.

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VOLTAGEThe rate at which energy is drawn from a source that produces a flow of electricity in a circuit; expressed in volts

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VoltageIn electrical circuits, voltage is a measure of the electrical energy available between two points to each unit of charge. Voltage must be measured between two points in a circuit  e.g. "The vol [..]

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VoltageVoltage is an electrical concept. In circuits, voltage is a measure of the electrical energy available between two points. Voltage must be measured between two points in a circuit  e.g. "The vol [..]

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voltage(n) the rate at which energy is drawn from a source that produces a flow of electricity in a circuit; expressed in volts(n) the difference in electrical charge between two points in a circuit expres [..]

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voltageThe difference in electrical potential energy between two places in an electric field; also known as potential difference (Lesson 23)

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VoltageA measure of electrical potential difference. One volt is the potential difference needed in a circuit to make one Ampere flow, dissipating one Watt of heat.

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voltagea colloquial term which could mean either emf or potential difference. It usually means potential difference. If you know which one you mean it is better to use the more exact term.

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VoltageA measure of electromotive force, or electricity pressure, measured in volts (V). This is analogous to water pressure in a hose. An electrical system

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VoltageElectric potential or potential difference expressed in volts

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VoltageA measurement of the strength of electricity in a system; the short form of the word is "volts". Volts is also called "electromotive force". The more voltage there is, the more lik [..]

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VoltageThe force which pushes electricity through a wire.

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voltageVoltage is much like water pressure in a system of pipes. If the pressure is too low, the pipes cannot carry enough water to satisfy the needs of those connected to them. If the voltage is too low, th [..]

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VoltageThe difference in electrical potential between any two conductors or between a conductor and ground. It is a measure of the electric energy per electron that electrons can acquire and/or give up as th [..]

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VoltageElectrical pressure, the force which causes current to flow through a conductor. Voltage must be expressed as a difference of potential between two points since it is a relational term. Connecting bot [..]

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VoltageA type of ‘pressure’ that drives electrical charges through a circuit. Higher voltage lines generally carry power over longer distances.

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VoltageThe electrical force driving a current, measured in volts.

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voltage a type of "pressure" that drives electrical charges through a circuit.

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VoltageTerm commonly used for potential difference.

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VoltageA measure of electrical potential. Most homes are wired with 110 and 220 volt lines. The 110 volt power is used for lighting and most of the other circuits. The 220 volt power is usually used for the [..]

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voltagedifferences in potential (or electric state) related to the electrical forces that ‘push’ charges through a conductor. Can be thought of as the pressure which pushes electricity through a wire.

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VoltageThe force that pushes electrical current along wires and cables. Term voltage used to indicate the potential difference in a circuit, voltage is also known as the pressure which causes current to flow [..]

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VoltageThe force that causes a current to flow in an electrical circuit. The unit is the Volt. 1. Volt is defined as the difference of electric potential between two points on a conductor that is carrying a [..]

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VOLTAGEAn expression of electric force, or pressure. One volt being the force needed to move one amp against one ohm resistance.

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voltageforce causing electron flow in conductor.

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VoltageThe force pushing electrical current along wires and cables.

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VoltageMeasurement of electrical potential difference expressed in volts.

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VoltageMeasurement of electrical pressure. Voltage “pushes” amperage down the fence wire. The higher the voltage the more amperage it can push.

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VoltageSame as emf. The force or electrical pressure that has the potential to cause electron flow in a circuit.

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VoltageElectrical potential difference expressed in volts. Voltage is the measurement of electrical force. It is the force that delivers current when electricity is applied to an electrical device.

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VoltageThe difference of electrical potential between two points of an electrical or electronic circuit expressed in volts. It is the measurement of the potential for an electric field to cause an electric c [..]

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VoltageThe numerical value of the electrical potential between two points in a circuit. Volts = Wattage/Amperes.

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VoltageA term referring to electrical force or potential. A technical synonym for voltage is emf or "electromotive force." Voltage is the parameter of electricity which causes current to flow whe [..]

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VoltageDC voltage applied to the battery to maintain its charge level. This voltage depends on the type of battery, the number of cells, and the manufacturer's recommendations.

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VoltageThe force that pushes electrical current along wires and cables. Term voltage used to indicate the potential difference in a circuit, voltage is also known as the pressure which causes current to flow [..]

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VOLTAGEThe electromotive force that causes electrons to flow. Voltage is the difference between two opposing charges, such as positive and negative plates of a storage battery. voltage can be present wit [..]

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VOLTAGEThe size of a space or chamber in cubic units. Loosely applied to the output of a pump in gallons per minute (gpm) or liters per minute (LMP)

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voltageThe strength of an electric potential expressed in volts.

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Voltageelectromotive force or potential difference expressed in volts.

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VoltageThe “pressure” that causes electrons to flow. Voltage is a measure of the potential for current flow and may exist between objects without a flow of current.

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VoltagePotential difference between two points. The measurement of electrical potential in a conductor.

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voltageThe difference in electrical potential between two points in a circuit.

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VoltageElectrical voltage is a physical value which shows how much energy is required to move an electrical charge within an electrical field. Voltage is expressed in volts (V).

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VoltageThe amount of electromotive force, measured in volts, that exists between two points.

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VoltageThe electric potential difference measured between two conductors such as the “hot” and “neutral” for AC power supply or the potential difference between the + and the – poles of the DC supp [..]

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VoltageVoltage at the end of useful discharge. (See Voltage, endpoint.)

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VoltageCell voltage below which the connected equipment will not operate or below which operation is not recommended.

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VoltageVoltage of a fully charged cell when delivering rated current.

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VoltageVoltage is also referred to as Electrical tension and measure in its SI unit, the volt. Voltage is the difference of electrical potential between two points of an electrical or electronic circuit.

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VoltageA measure of the force which makes electrons move or provides potential for them to move.

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VoltageThe electrical force or pressure that causes current to flow in a circuit, measured in volts.

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VoltageIf the flow of electricity through a wire was like the flow of water through a pipe, voltage is akin to the difference in water pressure between two points in the pipeline. It is measured in volts.

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VoltageAn electromotive force that acts like water pressure and causes electrons to flow. Voltage measures the potential for current flow and may exist between objects without an actual flow of current.

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VoltageThe difference in electrical charge between two points in a circuit expressed in volts; the electric pressure that exists between two points and is capable of producing a flow of current when a closed [..]

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VoltageA measure of the pressure under which electricity flows.

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VoltageA unit of electromotive force that, when applied to conductors, will produce current in the conductors.

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VoltageVoltage is a measure of electrical pressure. All batteries are rated in volts DC (Direct Current).

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VoltageThe electrical potential difference, or electric tension, between two points. measured in volts (V). Also see ‘Power’.

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voltagethe electrical pressure (electromotive force) that makes current flow through a conductor.

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Voltage Voltage at the end of useful discharge. (See Voltage, endpoint.)

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Voltage Cell voltage below which the connected equipment will not operate or below which operation is not recommended.

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Voltage Voltage of a fully charged cell when delivering rated current.

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VoltageA unit of measure for electric pressure. The typical voltages applied to U.S. air conditioning are 208 volts, 230 volts, and 265 volts.

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VoltageThe force that pushes electrical current along wires and cables.

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VoltageElectrical potential difference, which is commonly expressed as (VA − VB). Voltage is conceptualized as the electrical driving force that drives a conventional electric current in the direction A to [..]

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VoltageThe term most often used in place of electromotive force, potential difference or voltage drop to designate the electric pressure that exists between two points and is capable of producing a current w [..]

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VoltageThe force that pushes electrical current along wires and cables. Term voltage used to indicate the potential difference in a circuit, voltage is also known as the pressure which causes current to flow [..]

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VoltageThe force that pushes electrical current along wires and cables. Term voltage used to indicate the potential difference in a circuit, voltage is also known as the pressure which causes current to flow [..]

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VoltageThe force that pushes electrical current along wires and cables. Term voltage used to indicate the potential difference in a circuit, voltage is also known as the pressure which causes current to flow [..]

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VoltageThe force that pushes electrical current along wires and cables. Term voltage used to indicate the potential difference in a circuit, voltage is also known as the pressure which causes current to flow [..]

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VoltageThe force that pushes electrical current along wires and cables.

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VoltageElectric potential or potential difference expressed in volts.

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VoltageThe electrical pressure available to cause a flow of current (amperage) when an electric circuit is closed. Also called electromotive force (EMF).

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VoltageThis is a measure of the “force” driving electricity through a circuit. Think of pressure in a water pipe.

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voltageIf you think of electrons moving through wire like water moving through pipes, then voltage is the pressure moving those electrons.

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VOLTAGEThe average DC voltage between the high voltage system and grounded side of the precipitator.

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VoltageThe force that pushes electrical current along wires and cables. Term voltage used to indicate the potential difference in a circuit, voltage is also known as the pressure which causes current to flow [..]

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VoltageThe force that pushes electrical current along wires and cables. Term voltage used to indicate the potential difference in a circuit, voltage is also known as the pressure which causes current to fl [..]

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VoltageThe force that pushes electrical current along wires and cables. Term voltage used to indicate the potential difference in a circuit, voltage is also known as the pressure which causes current to flow [..]

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VoltageMeasure of the force of moving electrical energy.

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VoltageMeasures the pressure or force of the electric current. 115 volt and 230 volt are main voltages in U.S. homes.

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VoltageElectrical entity which is the cause for current flow. When talking about AC voltages, peaktopeak voltage means  as the name suggests  the absolute amount of voltage between the upper and the lowe [..]

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Voltagerefers to the electrical potential of a power source.

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voltage(V) Term used to designate electrical pressure or force that causes current to flow.

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Voltagedifference in electrical potential between a negatively charged area with excess electrons and a positively charged area with electron depletion or excess holes

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Voltage1. Electrical pressure, i.e., the force that causes current to flow through an electrical conductor.

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VoltageVolts are supplied to the atty/carto from the battery. Most devices, such as the EGO supply approximately 3.7V. High voltage devices can supply between 56 volts. Variable Voltage devices allow [..]

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VoltageA measure of the pressure under which electricity flows.

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voltagethe potential difference or electromotive force, measured in volts; it represents the amount of work that moving an electric charge between two points would take

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VoltageThe electrical force pushing electrons to obtain electrical current.

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VOLTAGEThe electromotive force in an electrical circuit. The difference in potential between two unlike charges in an electrical circuit is its voltage measured in "volts" (V).

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voltage(see potential difference)

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voltageVoltage by which an installation (or part of an installation) is designated. The following ranges of nominal voltage (rms values for a.c.) are defined: o Extra low. Normally not exceeding 50 V a.c. or [..]

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voltage(see Reduced low voltage system).

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voltagetofrequency converter (VFC)  A device that converts an analog input voltage into a sequence of digital pulses with a frequency that is proportional to the input voltage.

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VoltageVoltage, electric potential difference, electric pressure or electric tension (formally denoted ∆V or ∆U, but more often simply as V or U, for instance in the context of Ohm's or Kirchhoff's circu [..]

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VoltageVoltage is the term for the difference in potential energy. It may also refer to:

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VoltageVoltage, electric potential difference, electric pressure or electric tension (formally denoted ∆V or ∆U, but more often simply as V or U, for instance in the context of Ohm's or Kirchhoff's circu [..]

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VoltageVoltage Inc (ボルテージ) is a Japanese developer and publisher of interactive story apps, such as visual novels and otome games, for iOS and Android devices. They also develop games with their Sa [..]

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