Power Supplies A to Z
We've included this handy glossary to help with the terminology & abbreviations relating to power products. Pick a letter below to begin, or download the glossary to refer to it whenever you like.
||From 'A' to 'AWG'
||From 'Back Electromotive Force (Back EMF)' to 'Bus Converter '
||From 'C' to 'Curve B (or Class B)'
||From 'dB' to 'Dynamic Load'
||From 'Earth' to 'External Fusing'
||From 'F' to 'Fusible Link'
||From 'Galvanic' to 'Grounded'
||From 'H' to 'Hz'
||From 'I ' to 'Isolation Voltage'
||From 'J ' to 'Junction Field Effect Transistor (JFET)'
||From 'K' to 'kWh'
||From 'L ' to 'LVD'
||From 'Magnetic Amplifier (Mag Amp)' to 'Multi-Resonant Topology (MRT)'
||From 'Nano ' to 'NTC'
||From 'OCV' to 'OVP'
||From 'P' to 'PWM '
||From 'Quarter Brick ' to 'Quarter Brick '
||From 'R' to 'RS485'
||From 'S' to 'System International d’Unites (SI)'
||From 't' to 'TUV '
||From 'U' to 'USB'
||From 'V' to 'Vss'
||From 'W' to 'Working Voltage'
||From 'X ' to 'Zetta '
||From '°C ' to '°F '
Term of the day : 'Zetta '
SI prefix multiplier. Multiplies by 1021. So 100 ZF = 100 x 1021 F. Written as 'zetta'. Abbreviated to 'Z'.
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