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  • n. Plural form of voltage.


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  • For this reason there is a phase displacement of 180 degrees between upper and undervoltage, that is to say the voltages are counter-directed to each other.

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  • Bobcat I/O can be added to the Lynx system enabling the customer to measure external signals such as voltages, currents, temperatures and frequencies that are not available on the BMS.


  • In addition, it allows us to operate at low voltages, meaning it requires less power to induce useful current. - latest science and technology news stories

  • The technology would allow the company to operate its power lines at optimal voltages, meaning customer appliances would use less electricity to do their jobs, according to PPL.


  • Many things don't bother to actually regulate the power further to ensure proper internal voltages. 2010 - the Year of the Beeps - Part Two

  • No doubt this is due to floating signal lines with induced voltages that is triggering this storm of activity. Is Your Aftermarket Cellphone Charger Phoning Home?

  • It is in the process of setting up nine transmission corridors which would have ultra high transmission voltages such as 1,200 kv AC, which is the highest in the world, for bulk transfer of power across long distances.

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  • Everything is referenced to the same ground rod, so no large voltages between AC, cable, and phone.

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  • And because the voltages aren't high, there's not much danger if the panels are broken up in an accident.

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  • Lyric's technology uses voltages between 0 and 1 volt to compute probabilities between 0 and 1!

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