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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishvoltagevolt‧age /ˈvəʊltɪdʒ $ ˈvoʊl-/ ●○○ noun [countable, uncountable]  electrical force measured in voltshigh/low voltage
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voltagelow-voltage electrical currentThe electrodes intersect at each pixel to produce the required activation voltage.So, if you are experiencing this problem, check for voltage leakage from every possible source.During these freewheeling intervals the effective phase voltage is equal to the d.c. supply voltage.high/low voltageThis part of the subtle body can be photographed by a high voltage technique called Kirlian photography.A high voltage lamp was then fixed in each compartment to give light when necessary for the men working in the compartment.All other flying leads for the switches and indicators are at low voltage and these can be soldered directly to the p.c.b.Rhinos are also now being relocated to sanctuaries which are surrounded by high voltage fencing.However, an internal high voltage, as much as 1500 volts, must be applied.Weakly electric fish don't need high voltages or currents for their purposes, which are purely information-gathering ones.For the first time it would be possible to send high voltages on slender wires for hundreds of miles.It does make sense that the lateral line would be adversely affected by prolonged exposure to unusually high voltage.
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