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“Severinsky claimed Toyota had infringed his 1994 patent for a high-voltage, low-current hybrid system, which he said provided the ideal balance between performance and cost.”
“These darts then trail very thin wires that can conduct a high-voltage, low-current electrical discharge, in some cases as much as 50,000 volts.”
“Electroluminescence looks set to become seriously popular: a cold neon-like light achieved by sandwiching a phosphorescent material between AC-driven wires (typically around 100V, but low-current so that it can be run via an inverter from a small battery source).”
“Power-over-Ethernet computers utilize low-voltage/low-current power over a standard network cable, eliminating the need to install these costly and dangerous AC electrical receptacles.”
“The A5303 from Allegro is a low-current BiCMOS photoelectric smoke detector integrated circuit designed to be used with an infrared optical chamber to sense light scattered from smoke particles.”
“Keithley has also introduced the optional Model 4225-RPM remote amplifier/switch, which gives the 4225-PMU four additional low-current ranges, extending sensitivity down to tens of picoamps.”
“A low-current range of 75mA is also provided, which increases the resolution to 0. 01mA and enables low currents to be accurately set in constant-current operation.”
“Once charging is terminated, the LT3652 automatically enters a low-current standby mode, which reduces the input supply current to 85uA.”
“The unit produces an output voltage from 0-5V and an output current of 0-100mA (for low-current measurements) or 0-1A (for high-current measurements).”
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