supply voltage

supply voltage

[sə′plī ‚vōl·tij]
(electricity)
The voltage obtained from a power source for operation of a circuit or device.
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The DC Motors speed can be controlled by varying the supply voltage and are available in a wide range of voltages, however the most popular types are 12 and 24V, with some of the advantages including easy installation, speed control over a wide range, quick starting, stopping, reversing and acceleration, high starting torque, linear speed and torque curve.
Moreover, downscaling the feature size of a transistor requires reducing the supply voltage, which in turn, reduces noise margins of circuits [2].
DC supply voltage directly affects the torque-speed curve of a step motor and drive system.
The supply voltage after the transformers varies across the world, but in the European Union this will be in the range of 360 to 440 V for three-phase.
According to QESCO Spokesman, on the special directive of Chief Executive QESCO Engineer Rehmatullah Baloch, QESCO staff attached Tehsil Jiwani and its suburbs area of 132 KV with Gwadar Grid Station to ensure electricity supply voltage. It was prolong demand of Jiwani People which have been completed.
Supply voltage is scaled down with technology which is the most effective way to reduce power consumption.
Type 84.02.0.230.0000 w/rated supply voltage: 110 240 V AC/DC
In order to carry out operating with low supply voltage, a level shifter PMOS current mirror has been composed with employing M1, M2 and M3 transistors [19], [20].
The current consumption depends on the supply voltage (green trace).
Scaling supply voltage is an efficient technique to achieve low power-delay product (PDP) [5].
Regardless of the test configuration, the COP showed a similar transient behavior as depicted in Figure 2 for an air- cooled single-can test at a supply voltage of 6 V.

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