amperage


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am·per·age

(am'pĕr-ij),
Intensity of electric current, as measured in amperes. See: ampere.

amperage

(am′pĕ′răj, am-pēr′ăj)
The rate of flow of electrons in an electrical circuit.

amperage

strength of an electric current in amperes or milliamperes.
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It's very consistent from the time you start in the morning to the afternoon in terms of amperage and voltage," said Michels' welder Dale Kennedy.
In a variety of high power applications, including telecommunications, power supplies, military equipment, transportation and even lighting systems, customers often require a specific amperage for their applications.
The solution in most cases is straightforward: use bigger wire; wire rated to handle the amperage you intend to subject it to.
Mouser Electronics now stocks 3 compact, high amperage RADSOK PCB connectors from Amphenol Industrial.
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The LED was programmed to display motor RPM, percent load, amperage and output voltage.
In addition, the blades produce a continuous, balanced mixing action, which eliminates amperage spikes and enbles the mixer to handle extremely high viscosities.