amperage

Amp vs Amperage - What's the difference?

amp | amperage |


As an initialism amp

is adenosine monophosphate.

As a noun amperage is

the electric current's strength carried by a conductor or machine generated as measured in amperes.

Voltage vs Amperage - What's the difference?

voltage | amperage |


As nouns the difference between voltage and amperage

is that voltage is (physics) the difference in electrostatic potential between two points in space while amperage is the electric current's strength carried by a conductor or machine generated as measured in amperes.

Amperage - What does it mean?

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Wikidiffcom vs Amperage - What's the difference?

wikidiffcom | amperage |


As a noun amperage is

the electric current's strength carried by a conductor or machine generated as measured in amperes.

Electriccurrent vs Amperage - What's the difference?

electriccurrent | amperage |


As a noun amperage is

the electric current's strength carried by a conductor or machine generated as measured in amperes.

Taxonomy vs Amperage - What's the difference?

taxonomy | amperage |


As nouns the difference between taxonomy and amperage

is that taxonomy is the science or the technique used to make a classification while amperage is the electric current's strength carried by a conductor or machine generated as measured in amperes.

Amperage vs Ampacity - What's the difference?

amperage | ampacity |


As nouns the difference between amperage and ampacity

is that amperage is the electric current's strength carried by a conductor or machine generated as measured in amperes while ampacity is the root mean square of the electrical current which a device (usually a wire) can carry within a specific environment (including temperature rating, power loss, heat dissipation, etc) it is measured in amperes, (amps) and is most often used to rate electrical wires and cables.

Amperage vs Microcurrent - What's the difference?

amperage | microcurrent |


As nouns the difference between amperage and microcurrent

is that amperage is the electric current's strength carried by a conductor or machine generated as measured in amperes while microcurrent is an electric current with a very low amperage.

Ampere vs Amperage - What's the difference?

ampere | amperage |


As nouns the difference between ampere and amperage

is that ampere is a unit of electrical current, the standard base unit in the international system of units abbreviation: amp, symbol: a while amperage is the electric current's strength carried by a conductor or machine generated as measured in amperes.

Conductor vs Amperage - What's the difference?

conductor | amperage |


As nouns the difference between conductor and amperage

is that conductor is one who conducts or leads; a guide; a director while amperage is the electric current's strength carried by a conductor or machine generated as measured in amperes.

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