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A unit of electromotive force equal to one thousand volts.

kV - a unit equal to 1000 volts.

Unit of electromotive force or potential equal to 100 volts.

a unit of potential equal to a thousand volts

One kilovolt is equal to 1,000 volts. The standard voltage for use in the home is 120 volts.

1,000 volts. The amount of electric force carried through a high-voltage transmission line is measured in kilovolts.

kilovolt is equal to 1,000 volts. The common industry abbreviation is kV.

kV; One thousand volts.

A measure of pressure or “push” in an electric current; the equivalent of 1,000 volts

A unit of electrical pressure equal to 1,000 volts.

A measure of electric voltage equal to 1,000 volts, (for example, 138 kV = 138,000 volts).

One thousand volts (see "volt").

Unit of measurement of electromotive force equal to 1,000 volts. A volt is the force required to produce a current of one ampere through a resistance of one ohm.

A KiloVolt is 1000 Volts.

One thousand volts. Volts are units of electromotive force, or the difference of electrical potential between two points of a conductor carrying a constant current of one ampere.

One-thousand volts (1,000). Distribution lines in residential areas usually are 12 kv (12,000 volts).

Measure of voltage carried by a power line or conductor. One kV is equal to 1000 volts.

abv. kV 1000 volts.

Unit of electrical potential equal to 1,000 volts.