pickup voltage

pickup voltage

[′pik‚əp ‚vōl·tij]
(electricity)
Of a magnetically operated device, the voltage at which the device starts to operate.
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At 25 [degrees] C, the relay pickup voltage is specified at 19 V DC (max) and the dropout voltage is greater than 2 V DC.