• What is Voltage?

    What is Voltage?

    In short, voltage can be thought of as a force that pulls electricity (current) around a circuit. If a high voltage is applied to a circuit, then it will experience a high flow of electricity (i.e. current flow). If a lower voltage is applied to a circuit, then it will experience a lower flow of electricity. There is a good analogy for voltage that...
  • What Are Watts and Why Do They Matter?

    What Are Watts and Why Do They Matter?

    Electrical power is measured in watts. A watt is a unit of power. When we use the term Watt, we are putting a number on the rate of energy transfer. That's meaning, one watt is a single unit of power, and power is the rate at which energy is created or consumed by an object.
  • What is Amperage?

    What is Amperage?

    Simplify, amperage is the one-word term for Electrical Current, which is measured in amperes (amps). It describes the amount of electrical charge that is flowing through the system or alternately the maximum amount of electrical current that the system is capable of handling safely. This maximum value can also be referred to as Ampacity, which is a portmanteau of Amperage Capacity. One ampere is...
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