Check the tension on the belt; a loose belt will cause the battery voltage to go down because it may be slipping on the alternator and also squeals when you accelerate because the crankshaft is turning faster than the belt.
a jeep Cherokee need 220 volts to run
Volts are the "electromotive force" that is needed to "drive" the electricity through the wiring.
No volts need a hard drive. However hard drives need a voltage. Usually about 5 for the data more for the physical movement of the drive.
Normal charging range is 13.0 to 14.5 volts
check your alternater
You can get gauges with instructions at auto parts stores Oil Pressure, engine temp, amps or volts
Have you replaced the PCM
About 2 seconds after key on, the asd relay shuts off it the computer doesn't see a crank sensor signal. So unless the engine is running or cranking the coil supply volts will turn off.
P0123 TPS volts high. Replace the throttle position sensor.
There's a 12V and a 5V supply. The 5V is for the logic. The 12V supply is for the motor.
1 amp at 110 volts will drive 110 watts.
Usually only one wire there, but some are heated O2 sensors, that wire will have 12 volts while ignition is on.
Drives which are 5.25 inch, 3.5 inch, or 3 inch use +5 volts and (for the 5.25 inch drives) +12 volts. 8-inch drives use +5V, +24V, and in many cases 110VAC 60Hz for the spindle motors.
Since there is an AC to DC converter in there, it's hard to say. If it's a basic transformer to rectifier to capacitor design it will put out 6 volts. If it is a transformer to a voltage regulator it's hard to say what will happen. Certainly the drive voltage to the regularor will be cut in half. It may or may not run, but won't be able to run at 12 volts because there won't be any 12 volts to drive the regulator. (There will only be 6 volts.) If it is a switcher it may work fine or it may do nothing.
No. 125 Volts is 5 Volts higher than 120 Volts.
the computer power supply function is besides converting 120 volts to 12 volts to power each of your pieces of hardware inside your computer, such as cd rom, hard-drive etc.
+3.3 volts +5 volts, +12 volts -12 volts, and -5 volts but -5 is rare
1.0 kilo volts = 1000 volts1000 effective volts is 1kV.
The potential difference of 120 volts and 12 volts is 108 volts.
a power inverter converts 12 volts to 220 volts. a power converter (or power supply ) converts 220 volts to 12 volts.