What voltage is more deadly?
Voltage is not what harms or kills you it is amperage (amps). As little as 0.1 amps can kill.
Voltage is harmless but most accidents happen while on 120 v because it is more common for untrained people to work on. Now to confuse you even more 277v with a load (amps) hurts a lot more than 120 v.
Electrons are negatively charged particles. When a voltage difference exists, electrons are repelled from the more negative (or less positive) voltage toward the more positive voltage. If they are in a material which allows conduction of electricity, then the electrons will flow toward the more positive voltage.
A: A zener is a diode that if reversed voltage is applied will conduct at a certain voltage. This diode zener therefore will conduct at a preset voltage limiting the over voltage to the diode conducting voltage and no more so the load can see the voltage up to the zener voltage and no more because the zener will sink the extra current from over voltage situation.
It is a very deadly tidal wave; one of the most deadly in the world! Tsunamis are nothing more than tidal waves. How deadly it is depends on where it makes landfall. If it hits no populated areas, then it is not deadly. If it strikes where recent tsunamis have struck in the Pacific, it can kill hundreds of thousands of people.
More cells = more available power. Power = voltage * current. The orientation of the cells determines whether this power is delivered as more voltage, or more current. If the cells are in series, the voltage will increase proportionately and the available current will remain unchanged; if the cells are in parallel, the current will increase proportionately and the voltage will remain unchanged.
Voltage regulation is the percent change in output voltage from no load to full load. There is a natural voltage drop internal to a transformer due to the resistance of the copper windings. As more current passes through, more voltage will be dropped across these windings. This results in an uneven voltage output that is dependent upon the current passing through the transformer.