But where was the voltage, the sense of anticipation, the excitement?
The voltage can be regulated from zero to one thousand volts by simply setting a dial.
The voltage then depends on the speed at which the armature is driven.
If he drew 26 amperes, the voltage would fall, at the house, 26 volts.
A machine of this type can be made to respond to any required rise in voltage.
As shown in Fig. 24, the voltage remains almost constant between the points M and N.
Ordinarily the voltage begins to rise immediately and uniformly.
But the voltage may also be increased, as well as decreased.
The specific gravity is a better guide than the lamps or voltage.
A dead cell will not give any voltage on test, may give a reversed voltage reading, or at the most will give a very low voltage.
voltage volt·age (vōl'tĭj)
Electromotive force or potential difference, usually expressed in volts.