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milliamp

(MILLIAMPere) One thousandth of an amp. Abbreviated "mA." See ampere-hour.
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Tenders are invited for Repairing of BHEL make Firing Card and Milliamps Card installed for BAPCON Controller of ESP,PH-IV STPS Sarni
According to IEC, 1-6 milliamps current passing through human body is tolerable, 6-9 milliamps is painful and 9-25 milliamps is harmful depending on time of exposure, added Engr.
It takes 1,000 milliamps to go," explained Emma, an assured 13-year-old who doesn't settle for much less in school than A-pluses.
An eight-channel low-side driver of up to 600 milliamps (mA) drive capability per channel, the NCV7240 provides power distribution to relays, LEDs and unipolar stepper motors.
With a power consumption less than 16 milliamps (mA) at 1.
Source milliamps and volts * Simulate two-wire transmitters (current sink mode) * Fast selection between full-scale, zero and dial setting * Dial setting stored when switched off * Two speed dial setting * 0.
0 can carry as much as 900 milliamps, up from just 500 milliamps for USB 2.
400 microamps of resolution with accuracy of [+ or -] 8 milliamps for current inputs.
The output needed to be in the form of a 24v electronic signal ranging from 4 to 20 milliamps (which would feed into their computer system).
uk; +44 1304-365918), has a model SC110 sidereal clock (about $200) that runs from a 12-volt battery and draws less than 16 milliamps.
The EP2 and EP4 operate at currents of 350 and 700 milliamps, respectively, with power dissipation of 0.
in, with a bipolar driver current of 600 milliamps per phase.