Volt definition

Volt means a unit of electro-motive force and is the electric pressure which, when steadily applied to a conductor, the resistance of which is one ohm, will produce a current of the one ampere and the unit may be indicated by the abbreviation V and one thousand such units may be indicated by the abbreviation KV;
Volt means a unit of electro-motive force and is the electric pressure, which, when steadily applied to a conductor, the resistance of which is one ohm, shall produce a current of one ampere.
Volt means a unit of potential difference of electro-motive force and is the difference of electric potential which exists between two points of a conductor carrying a constant current of one ampere, when the power dissipated between these points is one watt;

Examples of Volt in a sentence

  • Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter Receptacle shall be 2-pole, 3-wire, 20 Amp, 125 Volt, 60 Hz, NEMA 5-20R configuration and meet or exceed the following standards and certifications:• NEMA WD-1 and WD-6• UL 498 and 943• NOM 057• ANSI C-73This item shall include a UL listed, 4 inch x4 inch x 21/8 inch box with ¾ inch side and end knockouts and a 1½ inches deep, single-receptacle cover to house the GFCI receptacle.

  • Upon completion of the project, all loops must pass an insulation resistance test of a minimum of 100 million ohms to ground when tested with a 500 Volt direct current potential in a reasonably dry atmosphere between conductors and ground.

  • Volt meters shall be provided with protection fuse.4.3.3 Watt meterWattmeter shall be of 3 phase electro dynamic type and shall be provided with a maximum demand indicator if required.4.3.4 Power factor meters3 phase power factor meters shall be of electro dynamic type with current and potential coils suitable for operation with current and potential transformers provided in the panel.

  • In connection with the Quarterly Report of Volt Information Sciences, Inc.

  • Upon completion of the project, all loops must pass an insulation resistance test of at least 100 million ohms to ground when tested with a 500 Volt direct current potential in a reasonably dry atmosphere between conductors and ground.


More Definitions of Volt

Volt means Volt Information Sciences, Inc. and its affiliates and subsidiaries.
Volt means a unit of electric potential difference between two points. Lower-voltage systems are generally expressed in terms of volts, for example, 120 volts or 240 volts.
Volt means Volt Energy Corp., a corporation incorporated under the BCBCA; (dd) “Volt Class A Shares” means the renamed and redesignated Volt Shares as described in Section 3.1(c) of this Plan of Arrangement;
Volt has the meaning set forth in the Recitals.
Volt means a unit of electromotor force which will cause a current of one ampere to flow through a resistance of one ohm.