direct voltage


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direct voltage

[də¦rekt ′vōl·tij]
(electricity)
A voltage that forces electrons to move through a circuit in the same direction continuously, thereby producing a direct current. Also known as direct-current voltage.
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Method is applied when calculating the circuits with the periodic switching of the direct voltage source.
Assume that in the initial moment of time the switch Q is short-circuited by connecting the source of direct voltage U, and after a time [t.
6) would be connected instead of the switched source of direct voltage U, all the currents and voltages in this circuit would remain the same as in the case of the direct switched voltage.
In order to now determine the frequency of the oscillator using a direct voltage, one of the capacitors is re placed by a junction varactor.
Operators connect the LTD to their controller, computer, or multimeter and set the instrument for a direct voltage input.
The 7450 XLT supports a wide range of inputs such as NO /NC/EOL and direct voltage.
41] = direct voltage transmission coefficient of the coupler
On the debit side, a separate power converter is also provided, so that closes the energy circuit of the power set on the power supply network and not via the direct voltage intermediate circuit.
Because the frequencies at the LO and RF ports in the IQ demodulator are the same, the outputs of the IQ demodulator are in-phase and quadrature-phase direct voltages that represent the relative phase data between the LO and RF signals.