Definitions for **"Ampère"**

The unit of electric current; -- defined by the International Electrical Congress in 1893 and by U. S. Statute as, one tenth of the unit of current of the C. G. S. system of electro-magnetic units, or the practical equivalent of the unvarying current which, when passed through a standard solution of nitrate of silver in water, deposits silver at the rate of 0.001118 grams per second. Called also the international ampère.

The basic unit of electric current, abbreviated A. In pacing, the main unit of current is expressed in milliamperes or thousandths of an ampere, abbreviated mA.

A unit for measuring electrical current.

A unit of electrical current; the precise definition being "that current flowing in each of two long parallel conductors one meter apart, which results in a force of exacty 2 x 10-7 newton per meter of length of each conductor."

(abbr. A) The standard unit of measuring an electric current that is equal to one coulomb per second. It defines the rate of flow or quantity of electrons, moving past a given point in a circuit.

After Andre-Marie Ampere, French (1775-1836). The ampere is a unit of electrical current, or the flow of electricity.

A unit of electric current equal to one coulomb (C) of charge per second.

A measure of direct current-"amp"

A measure of electrical current intensity.

Unit used to measure electrical current strength.

Standard unit for measuring the strength of an electric current, defined as rate of flow of charge.

The unit for the electric current; the flow of electrons. One amp is 1 coulomb passing in one second. One amp is produced by an electric force of 1 volt acting across a resistance of 1 ohm.

A measure of the flow of electrical current through a wire.

the SI unit of measurement of current; equivalent to C/s.

1 coulomb of charge per second = 6.24×1018 electrons per second, A.

The unit of electric current. It measures the rate of flow of charge. 1 Amp = 1 coulomb/second.

A unit used to define the rate of flow of electricity (current) in a circuit; units are one coulomb (6.28 x 1018 electrons) per second.

The unit for measuring the strength of electric current. It is proportional to the quantity of electrons flowing through a conductor past a given point in one second.

The standard measure of electric current. Residential electric circuits, for example, usually have has a capacity of about 20 amperes. Also see Volts.

(A) The SI unit of current.

The unit that measures electric current flowing on a conductor. It is analogous to water flowing through a pipe. The greater the amperage, the larger the amount of current.

A rate of the electric current flowing in a circuit, also the quantity of electricity flowing. One ampere is a current flow of one coulomb per second. Abbreviated to amp or amps.

A unit of electric current in the meter-kilogram-second system. It is the steady current that when flowing in straight parallel wires of infinite length and negligible cross section, separated by a distance of one meter in free space, produces a force between the wires of 2 ? 10-7 newtons per meter of length.

The unit by which electrical current is measured. One ampere, or amp, is defined as the flow of 6.28 x 1018 electrons past a given point in one second.

the current required to produce a certain amount of force between two wires.

A measure of electrical current equal to the current produced by the force of one volt through a resistance of one ohm.

A measure of the flow of electric current; abbreviated and commonly referred to as an amp.

(Amp) - Electric current measurement unit.

The metric unit of current, one coulomb per second; also "amp."

The rate at which an electric current flows through a wire at a resistance of one ohm when a potential of one volt is applied across the resistance.

a former unit of electric current (slightly smaller than the SI ampere)

the basic unit of electric current adopted under the Systeme International d'Unites; "a typical household circuit carries 15 to 50 amps"

a coulomb per second (C/s)

a flow rate of one Coulomb per second

a specific number of electrons (that is one coulomb of charge) that moves past a given point in one second

a unit of current strength

a unit of measurement for electric current

a unit representing the rate of charge flow in a conducting medium, whereas a volt is a practical unit of electrical work

The unit of measure that indicates how much electricity flows through a conductor. It is like using cubic feet per second to measure the flow of water. For example, a 1,200-watt, 120-volt hair dryer pulls 10 amperes of electric current (amps = watts/volts).

The standard unit for measuring the strength of an electric current. The key word here is strength. The more amps the stronger, or more powerful. Often shortened to amp.

The unit of electric current flow, defined as the rate at which one coulomb of electric charge (6.25 x 1018 electrons) is transferred in a second.

The unit for measuring electrical current flow.

The unit of measure of the electron flow rate, or current through a circuit.

The unit of electric current, symbol A. Electricity and magnetism

Unit of measure for current: the flow of electric energy through a circuit. The capacity (size) of a service is categorized using amp as the measure. A typical residential service is often in the 100 to 200 amp range. Given the increasing size in some areas, and the correspondingly higher air conditioning and heating requirements, as well as the increasing amount of electronic equipment in today's homes, it is not unusual to see a 400 amp or larger residential service.

the unit of measurement for electric current; 1 ampere is equal to 1 coulomb of charge per second.

(amp): A measurement of current flow, often abbreviated as amps.

A unit of measure for electric current. Magnetic flux density, measured in gauss (G) or milligauss (mG).

The measurement of intensity of rate of flow of electrons in an electric circuit.Am ampere is the amount of current that will flow through a resistance of one ohm under a pressure of one volt.

Unit of current flow. Also a measurement of work.

the SI unit of measurement for current

(AMP) The basic unit of electric current.

The Ampere is the unit of quantity of electric current.

The unit of electric current flow, defined as the rate at which one coulomb of electric charge (6.25x10[SUPERSCRIPT]18 electrons) is transferred in a second.

The standard measure of electrical current flow. One amp is equal to one Coulomb of charge flowing past a point in one second.

A measure of the amount of electrical current going through a circuit at any given time. Back-up system Auxiliary equipment that kicks in when the main unit canâ€™t handle the full load.

The current which when flowing in two straight parallel conductors of infinite length, placed on metre apart in vacuum, produces a force of 2 x 10â€“7 newtons per metre of length on each conductor.

Amperes, or amps, is a measure of the capacity of an electrical system. The typical minimum requirement is 200 amps; if a home is larger, or has central air-conditioning or electric heat, 200 to 300 amps is recommended.

The unit of measure of the rate of flow of electric current.

(abbr. A) The unit for measuring the amount electric current in a circuit.

A measure of how much electricity is moving through a conductor. Amperes equal watts divided by volts.

The unit of electrical current equal to the steady state current produced by one volt applied across a resistance of one ohm.

The unit for measuring rate of flow of electrical current: Current (Amps) = Power (Watts) / Voltage (Volts)

The measure of how much electricity is moving through a conductor. One volt across one ohm of resistance causes a current of one ampere passing a given point in a circuit.

An Ampere or an Amp is a unit of measurement for an electrical current. One amp is the amount of current produced by an electromotive force of one volt acting through the resistance of one ohm. Named for the French physicist Andre Marie Ampere. The abbreviation for Amp is A but its mathematical symbol is "I". Small currents are measured in milli-Amps or thousandths of an Amp.

The common unit of measurement of electrical current.

The number of electrons flowing past a given point in an electrical conductor in a given amount of time; this is the electrical current.

A unit measure of electricity.

A measure of electrical current. It is the number of electrons flowing past a given point in an electrical conductor in a given amount of time.

the metric unit for electric current See also: Resistor, Volt

A unit of measure of current flow.

A unit of measurement for electron flow or current through an electrical circuit. (Amp = Volt / Ohm)

The unit of measurement used to determine the quantity of electricity flowing through a circuit. One ampere flows through a 1 Ohm resistance when a potential 1 Volt is applied.

Unit of electrical current. (Volts/Watts=Amps or V/W=A)

1 Ampere (Amp) is the amount of current that flows in a circuit at an electromotive force (voltage) of one Volt and at a resistance of one Ohm.

SI unit of electric current.

The unit of electric current. An analogy would be the amount of water going over a waterfall.

(Amps, Amperage) A unit of electrical current.

Unit of electrical current strength.

Quantitative unit of measurement of electrical current. Abbreviated as Amp or A.

A unit of electrical current. The quantity tells you how much electricity is being drawn through a power cable.

A measure of electric current; one A of current represents one coulomb of electrical charge moving past a specific point in one second (1 C/s = 1 A).

The standard unit of measurement for electric current that is equal to one coulomb per second. It defines the quantity of electrons moving past a given point in a circuit during a specific period. Amp is an abbreviation.

A measurement of electrical current.

1. The electrical charge movement which is the basic unit of measurement for current flow in an electrical circuit. 2. The amount of current that flows when a pressure of 1 volt is applied across a resistance of 1 ohm.

The ampere is a unit of electric current flow. One ampere of current will flow when a potential of one volt is applied across a resistance of one ohm.

or Amp - The basic unit of measurement for electrical current. One volt flowing across one ohm resistance will create a current of one Amp.

The standard unit of measure of electric current, named after Andre-Marie Ampere, represented by the symbol A. One ampere is the electric current produced in a circuit by one volt acting through a resistance of one ohm.

A unit of electrical current or volume--see "Voltage." Most homes have an electrical service 'entrance' package of 125 or 200 amps. Some older homes have 60 or 100 amp 'entrances'.

A unit measure of electrical current flow.

The unit of measurement of electrical current produced in a circuit by 1 volt acting through a resistance of 1 ohm.

A unit of electrical current. A potential of one volt across a resistance of one ohm causes a current of one ampere (6.25 X 1018 electrons per second) to flow.

The unit of currents. This current flows through a conductor whose resistance is one ohm. The conductor has a potential difference of one volt between its ends.

The unit of electrical current by which the volume of electricity is measured.

The number of electrons flowing past a defined point in a second. It defines the electrical current in a wire of one volt at a resistance of one ohm.

The unit of measurement for the rate of electrical current flow, characterized by the symbols I (in Ohm's law formulas) or A. One ampere is the current flowing through one ohm of resistance at one volt potential.

The unit of electrical current. High currents require larger diameter wire to minimise losses which cause cable temperature rise.

The unit used to measure the strength of an electric current.

SI unit for the amount of electrical charge traveling through a conductor per second.

or amp; A unit that measures the strength/rate of flow of electrical current.

A unit of measure for electrical current.

The unit by which the flow of current through a conductor is measured.

A standard unit of current. Defined as the amount of current that flows when one volt of emf is applied across one ohm of resistance. An ampere of current is produced by one coulomb of charge passing a point in one second.

The measure of current expressed as the flow of one coulomb per second past a given point in a circuit.

The base unit of electrical current, which is the rate of flow of an electrical charge.

A unit of measurement for electrical current. One ampere corresponds to the flow of 6.28 x 10 to the 18th power electrons per second.

(A) The SI unit of measurement applied to the flow of charge through a conductor.

A unit of electrical current named after French physicist André Marie Ampère (1775-1836), also see "amp".

Electron or current flow representing the flow of one coulomb per second past a given point in a circuit.

The unit expressing the rate of flow of an electrical current. One ampere is the current flowing through one ohm of resistance at one volt potential.

The rate of flow of electrical current present when one volt of electrical pressure is applied against one ohm of electrical resistance.

The rate at which electrical power flows to a light, tool, or appliance.

A measure of electric current (similar to describing water volume in litres per minute)

An Ampere (A) is the unit of electric current. It is the flow of one Coulomb of charge per second. In formulas, current in Amperes is given as the letter I. The Ampere is named after the scientist by that name, and is sometimes abbreviated to "Amps."

The practical unit of electric-current strength.

is the amount of electric current flowing in a wire.

unit of measure for an electrical current; the amount of current that flows in a circuit at an electromotive force of one Volt and at a resistance of one Ohm. Abbreviated as amp.

Ampere, or amp, is the unit of measurement of the electrical current, abbreviated â€˜Aâ€™. The force of an electric current is the number of charges flowing per time unit. Electrical current is measured as the force with which two parallel electrical lines attract each other. It is indicated as current with the symbol . See also Ohmâ€™s Law .

Usually called an amp, the unit for measuring electrical current

Measure of electrical current (Often abbr to A).

The quantitative unit measurement of electrical current.

Unit of measure of current flow. At a given point in a circuit an Amp (1A) Equals 1 coulomb of electrons passing in 1 second.

Unit of measurement for the electric current flowing through a circuit. Abbreviated: amp.

A measure of electric current; the flow of electrons.

The unit for measuring electric current flow. One ampere equals one coulomb per second.

A standard unit of measure for electric current or the flow of electrons. The amount of current sent by one volt through a resistance of one ohm.

The electrical unit of current known as the ampere is named after the French physicist Andre Marie Ampere, 1775-1836. Ampere taught at the Ecole Polytechnique, de Paris and is famous for his contribution to the field of electrodynamics. Electric appliances ace rated either in watts, or amperes. Technically, ampere is the amount of current which, when passed through a solution of nitrate of silver in water in accordance with certain specifications, deposits silver at the rate of 0,00118 grams per second. The watt differs from the ampere in that the watt is the mount of power expended by a current of me ampere in a resistance of one ohm. Breast Wheel

A unit of measurement that indicates the amount of current flowing in a circuit. Arc welding uses high amperage.

The unit of measurement for electrical current in coulombs per second. There is one amp in a circuit that has one ohm resistance when one volt is applied to the circuit. See Ohm's Law.

measurement of electrical quantity

the unit of measurement for electrical current delivered a wire of specific diameter. One ampere is the rate at which current will flow through a resistance of one ohm when under a pressure of one volt. If a wire is too small for the amount of electricity it must carry, it will overheat and blow a fuse.

A unit of electrical current or rate of flow of electrons.

The unit of measure for current. One ampere is the amount of electricity per second that flows through a conductor such as a wire.

A unit used to define the rate of flow of electricity (current) in a circuit; units are one coulomb (6.25 x 108 electronics) per second.

The unit of current flow of electricity. It is to electricity as the number of gallons per minute is to the flow of water. One ampere flow of current is equal to one coulomb per second flow.

The measurement unit for electrical current.

The unit of measurement of electrical current produced in a circuit. Capacity: The amount of electric power delivered or required for which a generator, turbine, transformer, transmission circuit, station, or system is rated by the manufacturer.

Measure of electrical current (Often abbreviated to A).

(Amps): Amount of current or flow of electricity in the wire.

A unit of measure for electric current flowing in an electric conductor.

Almost always shorted to “Amp”, Amperage is the amount of current flowing inside a circuit.

unit of electrical current, named after French physicist André-Marie Ampère, and representing the number of charges (coulombs) per second passing through a point in a conducting material. (1 Ampère = 1 coulomb/second).

Unit used to measure the amount of electric current passing through a circuit

Commonly referred to as amps, this is an electrical unit of measure. Alternators are rated by the amp output capacity at a given voltage.

Unit of measurement of electron flow or current. The rating on the motor nameplate gives the ammount of current the motor draws from the power lines while operating at full load at rated voltage.

(Amp) A unit of measurement of electric current. One volt across one ohm of resistance causes a current flow of one ampere. One ampere is equal to 6.28 x 1018 electrons passing a point in one second.

The measure of electrical current. Otherwise known as AMP.

A unit that defines the rate of flow of electricity (current) in a circuit.

THE RATE OF FLOW OF ELECTRICITY THROUGH WIRES. HOW MUCH ELECTRICITY AN APPLIANCE OR TOOL REQUIRES PER UNIT TIME. NORMALLY REFERRED TO AS "AMPS” AS IN, "HOW MANY AMPS DOES THAT TOASTER PULL?"

The unit which is used to measure current. 1 ampere` is 1 coulomb of charge per second.

The unit of measurement of electric current. It is proportional to the quantity of electrons flowing through a conductor past a given point in one second. It is analogous to cubic feet of water flowing per second.

Basic unit of electric current, symbol A or amp, named for the 19th-century French physicist Andre Marie Ampere (1775-1836).

see electric current.

The quantity of electrical energy equal to the flow of current of one ampere for one hour.

Unit to express the flow quantity of electricity. Analogous to gallons per minute.

Unit of electric current. The rate of flow of electrons in a conductor equal to one coulomb per second.

The standard unit for measuring the rate of flow of electric current.

The standard measurement of current.

The ampere is a measure applied to the flow of electrons or flow of electric current.

Abbreviated A or amp. Practical unit of electrical current; the current flow rate (ie, quantity of electrons passing a point in 1 second). Voltage of 1 volt will send a current of 1 ampere through a resistance of 1 ohm.

The unit of electrical current, normally abbreviated to amp or . 1 amp is equal to a flow of 1 coulomb* of charge* per second. This translates to the formula, amps = coulombs ÷ seconds. Click here to go back to where you were.

The rate of flow of electricity through electric wires.

Unit that measures electrical current in a circuit.

Named after French physicist Andre M. Ampere (1775-1836). A measure of the rate of energy transfer in a conductor, equal to one Coulomb per second. One ampere is equal to the current that passes through a one-ohm resister, when a one-volt potential is applied.

The unit used to measure current strength. The current produced by an electromotive force of one volt acting through a resistance of one ohm.

The measuring unit for the flow (or speed) of electricity. A flow of one volt across a resistance of one Ohm.

The standard unit of electric current. The current produced by a pressure of one volt in a circuit having a resistance of one ohm.

a measure of electric current flow. The ampere is defined as the transfer of one coulomb per second

The basic unit used to measure electric current.

The ampere, in practice often shortened to amp, (symbol: A) is a unit of electric current, or amount of electric charge per second. The ampere is an SI base unit, and is named after AndrÃ©-Marie AmpÃ¨re, one of the main discoverers of electromagnetism.

Amplifier Analog output

Amp Head Amplifier

Same as amp.