Voltage at rated watts, after lamp fully warms up
The voltage range over which a timer will operate and maintain its specified performance criteria.
Voltage between the two terminals of the battery without any load.
The average voltage during discharge at a given load and temperature over the entire duration of discharge until the end voltage is reached.
See supply voltage
The range of input voltage in which a controller is designed to operate within its specifications. Usually, it is stated as a nominal value with a maximum and minimum tolerance (i.e. 120 VAC ± 10%).
The high voltage applied to the electron multiplier to obtain the required performance.
See Working Voltage
The voltage between terminals when a battery is subjected to a load. Usually expressed by the voltage of the battery at 50% discharge point.
The voltage a UPS is configured to maintain at the load, after adjustments for temperature compensation, equalize, etc.
The voltage the SM50 is configured to maintain at the load, after adjustments for temperature compensation, equalize, etc.
The forward voltage across the diode necessary to produce the output power (P). Vop has two components, the voltage across the p-n junction and the voltage due to device resistance. Vop is determined by: device structure material composition device fabrication and packaging
The actual voltage at which different sections of the unit operate
For electrical discharge lamps, it is a voltage measured across the discharge when the lamp is actually operating. It is governed by the contents of the chamber and in somewhat independent of the ballast and other external factors.
Refers to the range of voltage in which the sensor or device can operate. Rated either ac, dc, or ac/dc.
The nominal voltage that a circuit component needs in order to function properly.