see Voltage, Breakdown.
The voltage which may be applied between insulated parts of a reed contact without damage, arcing, breakdown , or causing excessive leakage.
The voltage at which an insulating material fails electrically.
The voltage at which the insulation of an insulator fails and current flows through or across the surface as a discharge.
Threshold voltage at which circuit components begin to be damaged.
Voltage at which active device conduction begins (See I Test).
The voltage at which a breakdown of optical isolation, semiconductors, or dielectric materials can occur. See also Working Voltage.
The voltage measured at a specified current in the electrical breakdown region of a semiconductor diode. Electrical breakdown is a large, usually abrupt, rise in electric current in the presence of a small increase in voltage.
The voltage at which the Insulation between two conductors is destroyed.
A voltage level at which dielectric insulation fails by excessive leakage current or arcing. In reference to power supplies the breakdown voltage is the maximum AC or DC voltage that can be applied from input to output and/or chassis.
The voltage where the dielectric insulation fails or is severely degraded by excessive leakage current or arcing.
The voltage at which the insulation between two conductors will break down.
The amount of voltage at which the insulation between two conductors or a conductor and ground deteriorates.
The voltage level at which the insulation between conductors fails and electricity flows between the conductors.
The voltage level which causes insulation failure.
the voltage at which breakdown occurs.
The voltage required, under specific conditions, to cause the failure of an insulating material. See Dielectric Strength.
The highest AC or DC voltage that may be applied from the input, output and/or chassis of a power supply.
The voltage at which an insulator or dielectric ruptures, or at which ionization and conduction take place in a gas or vapor.
Voltage at which the breakdown of a dialectric or insulator occurs.
The voltage at which the insulation between two conductors will fail and allow electricity to conduct or ¡¯arc¡¯.
Breakdown Voltage (Insulator) = The minimum voltage that makes an insulator react as a conductor.