A voltage normally exceeding 50 V a.c. or 120 V whether between conductors or to earth, but not exceeding 1000V a.c. or 1500 V d.c. between conductors, or 600 V a.c. or 900 V between conductors and earth.
Term applied to currents of 24 volts or less. Must be transformed from normal 110 volt input. Useful in animation, lighted model, ect.
Low-voltage lights run along a wire from a transformer plugged into an electrical socket; low-voltage systems use very little electricity, and are one of the most commonly used exterior lighting types.