Volts

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Battery (vacuum Tube) - B Battery
... batteries used with bright emitter tubes were 120 volts, but these quickly became obsolete as they were replaced with examples having voltages of typically 45 volts, 67½ volts, or 90 ... Some examples had taps every 22½ volts ...
Christmas Lighting Technology - Light Sets
... Traditional C6 bulbs were typically 15 volts, and used in series strings of eight bulbs, or multiples of 8 ... The use of eight bulbs (120 volts for 8 lamps equals 15 volts per lamp) gives each lamp the rated voltage for proper brightness ... the voltage each lamp received (120 volts divided by 9 lamps = 13 volts per bulb) but not significantly reducing the light output of the bulbs ...
Booster (electric Power) - Reversible Booster
... with the supply, usually at 600 volts, and was mechanically coupled, via a shaft with a heavy flywheel, to the generator ... series with the supply and the traction motors, and its output could be varied between +600 volts, through zero, to -600 volts by adjusting switches and resistors in the field circuit ... The net output voltage could therefore be varied smoothly between zero and 1,200 volts as follows Generator producing maximum opposing voltage, net output zero volts Generator producing zero volts, net output 600 volts ...
Re-Volts (EP)
... Re-Volts is the first, and so far only, release by the Re-Volts ... The EP was self-released on CD in November 2007 before being released through Pirate Press Records on 10" vinyl and CD on February 19, 2008 ...
LM386 - Models
... Output Power Typical Output Power LM386N-1 4 Volts 12 Volts 250 mW 325 mW LM386N-3 4 Volts 12 Volts 500 mW 700 mW LM386N-4 5 Volts 18 Volts 700 mW 1000 mW ...

Famous quotes containing the word volts:

    War is bestowed like electroshock on the depressive nation; thousands of volts jolting the system, an artificial galvanizing, one effect of which is loss of memory. War comes at the end of the twentieth century as absolute failure of imagination, scientific and political. That a war can be represented as helping a people to “feel good” about themselves, their country, is a measure of that failure.
    Adrienne Rich (b. 1929)