voltage channel


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voltage channel

A glycosylated protein in a cell membrane through which ions pass when the electrical potential of the membrane shifts.
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The ADE7912 has only one voltage channel, but is otherwise identical to the ADE7913.
In addition to making temperature, torque and rotational measurements, the eDrive testing solution can make measurements from as many as 18 current and voltage channels at voltages up to 1,000 V, at a sampling rate of up to 2 MS/s.
The GDM-8261 A can be fitted with an optional scanner card for measuring 16 voltage channels and two current channels at 2400 readings/sec.
T] in case of voltage channels are used for the fault identification.
Basic handheld analyzers, such as the Fluke 435 II, measure and quantify energy loss due to harmonics and unbalance issues, allowing the user to pinpoint the origin of energy waste within a system, and the Dranetz PowerXplorer[TM] PX5 provides a color touch screen to display data on four voltage channels and four current channels simultaneously.