Definitions for **"Ohm"**

the unit of electrical resistance; one volt will force 1 ampere through 1 ohm.

A standard unit of resistance to electrical flow.

The unit of resistance. One ohm of resistance will let one ampere of current pass at a potential of 1 volt.

A measurement used of how much the flow of electricity is restricted or impeded. The higher the measurement the higher the resistance.

The unit of electrical resistance. One volt applied to a resistance of one ohm will produce a current of one amp. Ohmmeter An instrument for measuring electrical resistance.

Electrical resistance equal to the resistance of a circuit in which an electromotive force of one volt maintains a current of one ampere.

the SI unit of measurement of resistance; equivalent to V/A.

The basic unit of electrical resistance and/or impedance. Abbreviated R.

unit of electrical resistance used to measure a material's resistance to the flow of electric current.

Measure unit of electrical resistance usually expressed in ohms per thousand feet

Unit of resistance symbolized by the Greek capital letter omega ().

Unit of measure for resistance in an electrical circuit.

SI unit of electric resistance. Defined as the resistance between two points on a conductor when a constant potential difference of 1 volt between them produces a current of 1 ampere.

The unit used to measure electrical resistance and impedance. Most commonly symbolized by the Greek Omega.

Unit of electrical resistance in SI Metric system.

The electrical unit of resistance. The value of resistance through which a potential of one volt will maintain a current of one ampere.

Ohm (W) is the SI derived unit of electric resistance. The ohm is the electric resistance between two points of a conductor when a constant difference of potential of one volt, applied between these two points, produces in this conductor a current of one ampere, this conductor not being the source of electromotive force (W = V/A). The unit is named after the German physicist Georg Simon Ohm (1789-1854).

A measurement unit for expressing electrical resistance in an electrical circuit. See also Impedance.

Named after its founder (Georg Ohm), the ohm is a measurement of electrical resistance or impedance in a circuit or object. It is symbolized by the Greek letter Omega (½).

Resistance, as in an electrical current where 1-volt produces 1-ampere.

After Georg Simon Ohm, German (1787-1854). The ohm is a unit of electricalresistance.

Used as a measure of resistance as well as impedance, this specification is most often associated with speakers because they offer resistance to an amplifier's power. In car audio, most speakers are rated at 4 ohms. This is simply an electrical measurement used for matching speakers to amplifiers and has no relationship to sound quality.

The ratio of voltage to current is expressed in ohms. This measurement shows the resistance to the AC current flow. Impedance (or the number of measured ohms) between circuits must be matched in certain design situations. See also Impedance and Resistance.

The unit by which resistance is measured. One ohm is defined as the resistance that allows one amp of current to flow in a circuit when there is one volt pushing the current.

a measure of resistance and impedance, which tells you how much a device will resist the flow of current in a circuit

Ideas underlying the development of electricity first theorized by George Simon Ohm in 1827. A measurement of the strain, in terms of efficiency, imposed on an amplifier in order for it to drive a set of speakers. The lower the Ohm rating the more strain or efficiency an amplifier can handle. Ohms reemerged topically due partially to the trend of separate subwoofers and small, powerful bookshelf speakers. These speakers were designed for an inherently inefficient process, driving large sound out of a tiny speaker box. Many audio products now require a 6 or 4 Ohm rated amplifier to drive tiny speakers. A speaker rated at 8 ohms can easily fluctuate between 4 and 16 Ohms, or throughout the frequency spectrum. Make sure your receiver has an Ohm rating that covers your speakers.

Ohm is the unit used to measure the resistance presented by a loudspeaker when a it is introduced a signal by an amplifier. (The word Ohm comes from German physicist Georg Simon Ohm, 1787–1854). Conventional wisdom makes an 8 ohm loudspeaker load the most acceptable because it "protects" the amplifier from delivering too much current. A 4 ohm loudspeaker can encourage a marginally designed amplifier to deliver more current than it comfortably can. All speakers in your home theater system should have the same Ohm rating.

A unit for measuring electrical resistance or impedance within an electrical circuit.

Symbolized by the Greek letter omega, an ohm is the unit used to measure electrical resistance or impedance.

The term used to express resistance in an electrical circuit where the resistance is directly proportional to the voltage and inversely proportional to the current.

Basic unit for measuring resistance and impedance.

The amount of resistance overcome by one volt in causing one ampere to flow. The ohm measure resistance to current flow in electrical circuits.

A unit of resistance. The measurement of the opposition to the flow of direct current is resistance. One volt will cause 1 ampere to flow through 1 ohm of resistance.

An electrical word. A unit of resistance (and also impedance).

The unit of electrical resistance, transmitting a current of 1 amp when subjected to a potential difference of 1 volt. Represented by W or Z.

Measure of resistance. A resistance of one Ohm allows one ampere to flow when a potential difference of one volt is applied to the resistance.

A unit of measurement for electrical resistance within an electrical circuit. ( Ohm = Volt / Ampere )

The unit of electrical resistance.A current of 1 amp at a potential difference of 1 volt experiences 1 ohm of resistance.

The SI unit of measure for electrical resistance. 1 ohm = 1 Volt/1 ampere.

The unit of resistance. The electrical resistance between two points of a conductor where a constant difference of potential of 1 V applied between these points produces in the conductor a current of 1 A, the conductor not being the source of any electromotive force.

A unit of measurement of electrical resistance that allows an electromotive force of one volt to produce a current flow of one ampere.

The unit of opposition to current flow.

A unit of measurement for resistance and impedance. Represented by the symbol which is the Greek letter Omega.

the practical unit of electrical resistance and is equivalent to 1 ampere of electric current flow at a potential drop of 1 volt

A measure of how much something resists (impedes) the flow of electricity. Larger numbers mean more resistance.

The basic unit of measurement of resistance.

It is resistance measuring unit which is symbolized by the Greek letter, omega (W). One ohm is the value of resistance through which one ampere of current is maintained by passing an electromotive force of one volt. It is named after a German physicist of the 19th century, George Ohm.

The unit of measurement of electrical resistance.

The unit of measurement for electrical resistance. A circuit is said to have a resistance of one ohm when an applied emf of one volt causes a current of one ampere to flow.

A unit of electrical resistance. One volt flowing across one ohm resistance will create a current of one Amp.

The SI unit of resistance, which is the resistance between two points such that a potential difference on one volt between the points produces a current of one ampere.

Unit of resistance to current. Impedance of a speaker is measured in ohms - generally the lower the figure the harder it is to drive.

The unit of electrical resistance. That value of electrical resistance through which a constant potential difference of 1 volt across the resistance will maintain a current flow of 1 ampere through the resistance.

the unit which quantifies a material's resistance to electrical flow.

A unit of measurement for electrical resistance. One ohm is the resistance in a circuit when one volt maintains a current of one amp. The symbol for ohm is the Greek letter omega.

A measure of electrical resistance or impedance.

This is a standard unit of electrical resistance. One volt will cause current on one ampere to flow through a resistance of one ohm.

A measure of resistance. The higher an ohm reading on a conductive mat, the more difficult it is for the static electric charge to go through the mat and out the ground. Therefore, the lower the ohm reading, the more conductive the material.

Unit of electrical resistance in a circuit, such that a potential difference of one volt across a load of one ohm produces a current of one ampere.

a unit that measures the resistance a conductor has to electricity.

Unit of resistance. The Greek letter omega, *, is often used to represent ohms; for example, 1M* indicates one million ohms.

The basic unit of resistance, reactance, or impedance.

The standard unit of measurement for electrical resistance. Resistors are rated in ohms.

The unit used to measure electrical resistance. (The word Ohm comes from German physicist Georg Simon Ohm, 1787-1854) An 8-ohm loudspeaker presents a good level of resistance and will be compatible with most modern amplifiers.

The unit of resistance to the flow of an electric current.

The unit by which electrical resistance is measured. One ohm is equal to the current of one ampere which will flow when a voltage of one volt is applied

Th unit used to measure the resistance of conductor-to-electrical flow. One ohm is the amount of resistance that limits current flow to one ampere in a circuit with one volt of pressure.

Unit of electrical resistance. Resistance of a circuit in which a potential difference of one volt produces a current of one ampere.

The unit for resistance. Named after the scientist Ohm, who formulated what is known as Ohm's law. The symbol for resistance is R and the symbol for the Ohm is the greek letter Omega ().

SI unit of resistance; symbol â„¦ (the Greek letter, capital omega).

The unit of resistance. Symbol

A basic unit of electrical resistance. See also Resistance; Impedance; Reactance.

Measure unit of electrical resistance; conductor resistance is usually expressedin Ohms per thousand feet

The unit of electrical impedance or resistance to current. The lower the impedance of the speaker, the greater the sound pressure that will be achieved from a given amplifier, but at the expense of drawing more current.

Unit of measurement of electrical resistance; one ohm exists when one volt causes a flow of one ampere.

The unit of electric resistance and impedance. One ohm is the resistance value through which one volt will maintain a current of one ampere.

Standard unit for measuring electrical resistance.

A unit of resistance allows one ampere to flow at a potential difference of one volt.

The basic unit of electrical resistance: see impedance.

Unit of resistance to the flow of electrical current.

The unit of resistance usually known as R.

A measurement of electrical resistance, and it's symbol R is used in mathematical equations. One volt will cause one amp (current) to flow through a resistance of one ohm.

A unit of electrical resistance or impedance.

A measure of DC resistance or RF impedance represented by O.

The practical unit of electrical impedance equal to the resistance of a circuit in which a potential difference of 1 volt produces a current of 1 ampere.

A unit of electrical resistance equal to that of a conductor in which a current of one ampere is produced by a potential of one volt across its terminals.

The standard unit of resistance, reactance and impedance.

A unit of measurement referring to electrical resistance.

Unit of measure of resistance.

The unit of electrical resistance that is equal to the resistance in a conductor in which 1 volt of potential difference produces a current of 1 amp. The ohm was formulated by German Physicist George Simon Ohm.

Unit of resistance. The ohm scale is a reverse one, i.e., low numbers indicate heavy load, and high numbers indicate light load.

A unit of opposition to the flow of electrical current.

A practical unit of electrical resistance. lt represents the resistance of a column of pure mercury 106.3 cm. long, of uniform cross section and weighing 14,4521 gm. at O° C.

The unit of electrical resistance; approximately the resistance of one thousand feet of No. 10 B. & S. copper wire.

A measure of resitance or impedance. Larger numbers mean more resistance (or impedance).

unit of measurement of electrical resistance. The resistance of a material which will maintain a current of one ampere when a potential difference of one volt is applied.

Unit of electrical resistance. One volt will cause a current of one flow through a resistance of one ohm.

The SI unit of electrical resistance, equal the resistance between two points when a constant voltage produces an electric current of 1 ampere.

A unit of electrical resistance. The relationship between voltage, current and resistance is governed by Ohm's Law, V=IR.

(â„¦) The unit of electrical resistance. The resistance value through which one volt will maintain a current of one ampere.

See also Resistance. An electrical term that effectively measures the distance to a short in a wire pair, also known as Resistance. As an example, the resistance between the start & finish of the 2002 Olympic Men's Downhill at Snowbasin UT was 220 Ohms, over a distance of approx. 2 miles of 22-guage solid-core wire. Any measurement over 500 Ohms or so should be considered worrisome as it may indicate a bad splice in the timing cable.

Unit of electrical resistance. 1 million ohms = 1 megohm (MÎ©).

the unit of electrical resistance. Resistance through which a current of one ampere will flow when a voltage of one volt is applied.

A unit of measurement used in electrical wiring to indicate resistance to current in the circuit.

() The unit of resistance in volts/ampere, in the SI system.

A unit of electrical resistance measurement.

A measurement of electrical resistance that causes voltage loss in circuits. Also, the name of the dead dude that invented electricity.

The unit of electrical resistance. A circuit component has a resistance of one ohm when one volt applied to the component produces a current of one ampere.

The unit of electrical resistance in which an electromotive force of one volt maintains a current of one ampere.

A measure of the electrical resistance.

a unit of resistance; a volt per ampere

The unit of electrical resistance through which 1 amp of current will flow when the potential difference is 1 V.

n. unit or resistance in which a current of one ampere flows when one volt is connected across it

The unit of resistance of flow to an electrical current.

A unit of electrical resistance and impedance named after Georg S. Ohm. A conductor has a resistance of one ohm when a current of one ampere flows through it with a potential of one volt across its terminals.

The unit of electrical resistance*. Click here to go back to where you were.

SI unit of resistance, such that one ampere through it produces a potential difference of one voltage.

The unit of electrical resistance. The smaller the wire conductor the greater is the resistance. Six hundred and sixty-five feet of No. 14 wire (size used in house lighting circuit) offers I ohm resistance to current flow.

States that, in a given electrical circuit, the amount at current in amps is equal to the pressure in volts divided by the resistance in ohms. The formula is: I (Current) = V voltage or V = I x R R resistance or R = V/I

The standard unit for measuring resistance to the passage of an electrical current.

A metric unit of electrical resistance.

The unit by which resistance to electrical current is measured. From Ohm's Law (Current=Voltage/Resistance, or in other words, Current=Voltage/Ohms), a mathematical expression of the relationship between these three elements.

Georg Simon (1789-1854) German physicist noted for his contributions to mathematics, acoustics, and the measurement of electrical resistance.

SI unit for electrical resistance or impedance; one ohm equals one volt per ampere.

A measure of resistance that causes one volt to produce a current of one ampere.

Unit of resistance such that a constant current of one Ampere produces a force of one Volt .

Measure of resistance to current (impedance). The lower the impedance of a speaker, the harder it is to drive.

n. The unit of measure for electrical resistance. A resistance of 1 ohm will pass 1 ampere of current when a voltage of 1 volt is applied.

is a measure of resistance to current. The higher the resistance at a given voltage, the less current flows. Higher resistance can be obtained by using thinner wires or by using materials that are poorer conductors.

Unit of measurement for resistance and impedance. The resistance through which a current of one ampere will flow when one volt is applied.

A unit of electrical resistance and impedance. One ohm is the resistance through which one volt will give a current of one ampere.

one ohm is the measure of electrical resistance in a circuit when one amp of current is flowing with one volt being applied to the circuit

The electrical unit of measure for resistance.

A measure of electrical resistance. A wire in which one volt produces a current of one ampere has a resistance of one Ohm.

The ohm (symbol: Î©) is the SI unit of electrical impedance or, in the direct current case, electrical resistance, named after Georg Ohm.

Ohm is a Chris Poland (a former member of Megadeth who has also worked with Lamb Of God and) project formed by Kofi Baker, Robert Pagliari and himself. The band was formed in 2002 and has released 2 L.Ps and a live album up to date. They are currently on tour http://www.ohmband.com/.

German physicist who formulated Ohm's Law (1787-1854)