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Term:

High Voltage

Definition:

The level at which a voltage is considered “high”
can vary depending on the application.

For example, 50 V may be high for DC applications. AC applications, on the other hand, may consider high voltages to be above 400 V. 1000 V could be classified as high voltage in power applications.

Added on:

Thursday, July 23rd, 2015