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The strength of a current of electricity carried by a conductor or generated by a machine, measured in ampères.
A measure of electric current describing the magnitude.
A measurement of electricity. This measurement describes how many electrons are moving. A higher value indicates a greater ability to do electrical work.
strength of an electrical current, measured in ampress
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A unit of electrical current, equal to Coulombs per second. This is the flow rate of electrons moving through a circuit, very roughly analogous to gallons per minute flowing from a faucet.
Also called current, it is the amount of electrical energy flowing through an electric device
The quantity of electrical current needed to operate an electrical device.
The maximum total current required--including current supplied to CPU core logic, DDR memory and HyperTransportâ„¢ technology interfaces---by design.
The strength of an electric current measured by amperes.
Measurement of the strength or intensity of an electric current in ampere.
Amount of electron or current flow (the number of electrons passing a point in a given time) in an electrical circuit.
A measure of the volume of electric flow (as opposed to the "pressure" of flow, which is measured in volts). The product of volts times amperes is equal to power which is measured in watts. One ampere flowing at 100 volts equals 100 watts. Similarly, 10 amperes flowing at 10 volts equals 100 watts. Amperes are commonly referred to simply as "amps."
The current that actually machines material in EDM.
Amount of electrical current transferred from one component to another. This specification is often important when considering the amplifier - loudspeaker interface.
The magnitude of an electrical current as expressed in amperes.
A unit of electrical current. The force through which the energy is pushed through a conductor. Measured in amps; Ohm's Law symbol is I.
is the term used to describe the actual strength of the electric current. It measures the volume of current passing through a conductor in a given time. Amps = watts @ volts.
The amount of electrical current through a conductive source.
The measurement of the amount of electricity flowing past a given point in a conductor per second. Current is another name for amperage.
A measurement of electrical current; what you feel when you receive a shock. The higher the amperage, the more intense shock the animal will feel.
A measurement of the strength of an electric current. Also called amps. One amp flows when one volt is applied across a resistance of one ohm. (amps = volts / ohms)
this is a term sometimes used in science that means the same as current. This term is used because the electrical current is measured in Amperes (Amps). By definition; one Ampere= The current that current that will cause silver to be deposited at the rate of 0.001118 grams per second when passed through a solution of silver mitrate.
The rate of flow of electricity through wire - measured in terms of amperes.
The measurement of the strength of the electrical current in amperes.
This is a name sometimes used in place of current. It is used because the electrical current is measured in Amperes (Amps). By definition, 1 Ampere = the current that will cause silver to be deposited at a rate of 0.001118 grams per second when passed through a solution of silver nitrate.
The measure of electrical current in Amperes.
The amount of charge moved per second by an electric current, measured in amperes.
the strength of a current of electricity expressed in amperes.
An amount of current, expressed as amperes
The measure of electrical flow. The amount of "current" (the number of amps) drawn by an electrical device. Rate that electrons pass a point in the circuit per second Ampere (Amp, A): Unit of electrical current.
The amount or rate of flow of electric current measured in amperes (amps). Like water in a pipe, current flows through wiring circuits in greater or lesser amounts depending on the power needed. Components of a home wiring system, such as circuit breakers, fuses, wall switches, outlets, etc., are rated according to their amperage capacity. The amperage of an appliance is measured by the number of amps it requires to operate properly.
A term used to describe the strength of electric current. The number of electrons moving past a fixed point in a conductor in one second. Measured in amperes. The term amps is often used for short.
(amps) The term used to describe the strength of an electrical current. It represents the volume of current passing through a conductor in a given amount of time. Amps = watts ÷ volts.
The strength of an electrical current expressed in amperes (amps).
The strength of a electrical current measured in amperes.
A measure of the amount of current flowing in an electric circuit. Devices such as cables and dimmers are rated in terms of their maximum capacity in amps. Devices such as lamps or motors that consume electrical energy rated in terms of amperage required for proper operation. Any technician working with electrical equipment must understand how to properly connect equipment to not create an overload situation. Standard 12/3 stage cable is rated for 20 amps maximum. Amperage=Wattage/Voltage. See Also: Stage Cable Voltage Wattage Dimmer Cable
Measures electric current - the number of electrons flowing though an electric wire. Amperage can be compared to the size of the spray that comes out of a nozzle on a garden hose. A large spray compares to high amperage.
The strength or intensity of an electric current. measured in amperes (AMPS)
A unit of electrical current (I). The relationship between power, current and voltage is expressed in the Power Equation, P=IV. The relationship between voltage, current, and resistance is expressed in Ohm's Law, V=IR.
The strength of an electric current as measured in amperes.