amperage


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amperage

the magnitude of an electric current measured in amperes, esp the rated current of an electrical component or device

amperage

[′am·prij]
(electricity)
The amount of electric current in amperes. Abbreviated amp.

amperage

The flow of electric current in a circuit, expressed in amperes.
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Linguistic values Variation domain Discussion "Plasm Amperage" [A] "universe" [%] zero 0 0 low 45 0,35 medium 90 0,69 high 130 1 [FIGURE 5 OMITTED]
All electronic data recorded (pressure and compressor motor amperage) are provided with the report, as well as spreadsheets for financials, volume, power, and both existing and proposed artificial demand.
Expect to pay $20 to $50 depending on amperage and quality.
Available in 12-28 AWG, the cords can be designed to handle varying amounts of amperage. The cords are featured in 12", 24", 36" and 48", which can extend on a 1:5 ratio if needed.
Available in 1228 AWG, the cords are customized to handle varying amounts of amperage. The cords are featured in 12 in., 24 in., 36 in., and 48 in., which extend on a 1:5 ratio.
By maintaining an even tension on the belt, this pan ensures a smooth current or amperage draw on the motor.
The voltage meter reads from 0.00 to 99.9 and the amperage meter from 0.00 to 9.99.
From a size and amperage perspective, the PRO 300 replaces Miller's Big Blue 251.
The catalog features 17 sections, including new products and drawings, all featuring electronic data tables that are updated to reflect the latest, most accurate speeds and amperage ratings.
Metaphorically speaking, the system should operate like a master light panel where everyone is using the same energy source (the data) and amperage (processes), but users can switch the lights on or off as needed.
However, by enhancing the spark amperage, the unit does advance the initial phase of combustion by creating a faster flame front and quicker light-off of the mixture kernel.
Measurements include boiler temperature and pressure, steam rate, turbine inlet, exit temperature and pressure, generator voltage and amperage output.