The SI unit of electric current is the ampere. While it is an SI base unit, it can also be considered to be a combined unit, coulombs per second.
The SI unit for electric current is the ampere (A).
The SI unit of electric current is the Ampere.
The SI unit of EMF (electromotive force) in a direct current circuit is Volts. The circuits current is measured in ampere's
The coulomb is not a unit of current, it is a unit of charge. Current, known as amperes, is coulombs per second.
Ampere is the basic unit of electrical current.AnswerThere are, in fact, two answers. The ampere is the SI Base Unit for electric current, but it is also the SI Derived Unit for magnetomotive force.
The ampere (A) is the base unit for current in the SI system.
An ammeter is a device to measure current. Its name is probably derived from the unit it measures, the ampere. Whether this is the correct etymology or not, the ampere is the SI unit for current.
The ampere (symbol: A) is the SI Base Unit for electric current, and is defined in terms of the force between two, parallel, current-carrying conductors.
The ampere is the SI base unit for current and is defined in terms of the force between parallel current-carrying conductors.
An ampere is the unit of (electrical) current.
No - Ampere is the SI base unit for measuring electric current.
We measure current in amperes or amps.
Current (denoted usually with I) is measured in Amperes (A) in the SI
the fundamental unit of the current is the amper (A) ,and the amper is fundamental unit since it cant be produce from another units
Amperes (abbreviated as Amps, symbol = A)
Ampere is the SI unit of electric current.