Yes because the specified working voltage for a capacitor means the maximum. It can be used anywhere between zero and the maximum.
The farthest reaching artillery piece used by the U.S. Army is the 155mm Howitzer. It has a maximum range of 30 kilometers.
7812 is not a transistor. It is a three lead voltage regulator integrated circuit. Its maximum input voltage should be near 35 volts. The minimum input voltage should be near 14 volts. The output will be 12 volts.
The secondary voltage (output voltage) of a transformer depends on the turns ratio of the transformer, and is limited by the practical insulation levels of the secondary winding, so can be very high indeed. Power transformers used in electricity transmission systems have secondary voltages in the range of hundreds of kilovolts.
The "maximum" function.
A bit over 2 miles, depending on the bullet used and the load. This is the maximum range, not the maximum ACCURATE range.
the automobile is used for transportation
The term Maximum Effective Range is used to distinguish between Maximum Range (how far a bullet will travel) and the greatest usable range. Maximum Effective range is defined as the greatest distance at which a weapon may be expected to fire accurately to inflict casualties or damage. While cartridges have an approximate range, the true effective range is determined by both the cartridge, and the weapon that fires it.
The factor of 0.707 is used to convert the peak, or maximum voltage or current, into the corresponding root-mean-square (r.m.s.) value. it does not have anything to do with 'bandwidth'.
Fuses are rated by amperage (current) and voltage. The larger the current need, the larger the rating of the fuse, to handle the current. The voltage rating of a fuse defines the maximum value of circuit voltage in which the fuse can be safely used. A fuse should not be used in a circuit with a voltage exceeding the voltage rating of the fuse.
The automobile was used to get to other place faster.
From the minimum value of the independent variable to its maximum.
The term Maximum Effective Range is used to distinguish between Maximum Range (how far a bullet will travel) and the greatestusable range. Maximum Effective range is defined as the greatest distance at which a weapon may be expected to fire accurately to inflict casualties or damage. While cartridges have an approximate range, the true effective range is determined by both the cartridge, and the weapon that fires it. The two most common firearms in 7.62x39 are the SKS Carbine, and the AK-47. While both fire the same cartridge, the SKS has a barrel that is about 6 inches longer, Thus the SKS will have a longer max. range, and a longer max effective range- about 400 meters.
1100 watts It will vary depending on the voltage being used
As long as maximum values such as voltage/temperature rating are not exceeded, then yes.
Yes, the rating of 250 volts on the switch is the maximum voltage that can be applied to the switch.
Induction is a property of voltage changes, which does not occur with Direct Current devices. There are exceptions, such as the coil of an automobile, which charges up to a high voltage between ignition discharges, but the voltage supplying the coil does not vary.
its also named as potential transformers...it is one type of instrument transformers used to measure high range voltages using low range volt meters. basically it is used to extend the range of meters.
thermocouple is used to measure temperature in terms of voltage output. it is used in most of industries because of its high temp range and fast response.
A: Sometimes a spectrum of frequency must be analyzed a voltage to frequency converter can be used to sweep a range of frequency just by changing some DC level.
A transformer has separate ratings for maximum voltage and maximum current. Both limits must be observed. The maximum voltage is set by the magnetic flux density in the core, while the current limit is set by the size of the wire used in the primary and secondary windings. Multiplying the two together gives the VA or kVA rating.
What are the types of cables used in automobile industry and there specification.
Voltage is not "used" Voltage is constant.
Peak Inverse Voltage, the maximum reverse bias (inverse) voltage that can be applied to the diode without damaging or destroying it. The work "peak" is used to remind you that when using the diode to rectify AC (or arbitrary waveforms) you must use the peak voltage, not the RMS voltage.
50 volts is about the maximum voltage that can be used safely with dry skin. 50 v DC is used in most telephone systems.