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millivolt

[′mil·ə‚vōlt]
(electricity)
A unit of potential difference or emf equal to one-thousandth of a volt. Abbreviated mV.
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Ground noise voltages on the order of a hundred millivolts will be seen on the cable grounds, mostly due to the switching power supplies in the PC equipment.
Unit generates a millivolt output as a function of target temperature in non-linear fashion.
Additional test data in millivolts is needed from test stations to compute %IR.
An added feature of the STT 3000 is the reading of highest and lowest inputs, external cold-junction compensation at an isothermal block, and engineering units displayed in degrees C, F or R, plus millivolts and ohms.
Replacing a diode for rectification (400 millivolts to 600 millivolts of forward voltage drop) with these new FETs reduces the voltage drop to 20 millivolts for a 0.
The contacts are rated at less than or equal to 5 milliohms each with a maximum drop of 50 millivolts.
The sound waves produced a mild electrical current of about 50 millivolts.
The researchers determined that an electric current of about 40 millivolts flows between the two alloys in each coin.
If the present system uses 1,250 millivolts, a loss of only 100 millivolts will be seen after a brief incubation.
The NSR0xF30NXT5G series devices are optimized for low forward voltage drop (Vf), 370 millivolts (mV) at 10 mA, which further reinforces the advanced, high-performance specification of the series.
In addition, with a maximum output ripple of 40 millivolts root mean square, GE s ERCW003A6R helps reduce the need for external filtering capacitors and overall system cost.
With each breath, the rat's implant stretched and twisted, deforming the nanowires and generating up to 4 picoamps of current at a potential of 2 millivolts.