Dissipation Constant. The amount of power required to raise to lower the temperature of an electronic component by one Celsius degree. The units are watts or milliwatts/°C.
A current that flows only in one direction in an electric circuit. It may be continuous or discontinuous and it may be constant or varying.
Type of electrical current that flows in one direction.
Direct Current D.P.S.T. Double Pole Single Throw
See Dissipation constant (D.C. or delta, ).
Direct current. Electric current in which electrons are flowing in one direction only. Opposite of alternating current (a.c.).
The common abbreviation for direct current is d.c. This is when the flow of electric current is in a constant direction. Batteries are a source of direct current. Household Electricity
Direct Current: an electric current which flows in one direction only. Other system of electric current transmission is A.C.
DIRECT CURRENT. is current that flows in only one direction.