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kilovolt

 (kV) [kil´o-volt]
one thousand (103) volts.
k's peak (kVp) the highest kilovoltage used in producing a radiograph.

kil·o·volt (kv),

(kil'ō-vōlt),
A unit of electrical potential, potential difference, or electromotive force, equal to 103 volts.
[kilo + volt]

kil·o·volt

(kV) (kil'ŏ-vōlt)
A unit of electrical potential, potential difference, or electromotive force, equal to 103 volts.

kil·o·volt

(kil'ŏ-vōlt)
A unit of electrical potential or potential difference equal to 103 volts.
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In 1985 this line began transmitting power at 500 kilovolts and was converted to 1200 kilovolts in 1987.
After personnel reforms in September last year, work was completed on the reconstruction of the third overhead power line Imishliwith a voltage of 330 kilovolts, on the first and second power lines "Zabrat" with a voltage of 220 kilovolts, on the second power line Goychaywith voltage of 110 kilovolts, on the first and second line of Kimyachylar, on the first, second, third and fourth lines of the 8th kilometerand on the first line of Ahmadlipower lines.
Commercial users who are metered at between 450 volts to 11 kilovolts will pay Sh7 per unit from Sh9.20.
Thus, the total length of the new power line with a capacity of 10 and 0.4 kilovolts in the town of Tyaze-Oba, was 4.745 kilometers.