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[[File:Ohms law voltage source.svg|150px|right|thumb|A simple circuit with a voltage source.]]
Voltage is a measure of the potential difference (PD) between the electricity entering and leaving a circuit and is measured in Volts (V).
 
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[[File:Symbole voltmetre.png|150px|right|thumb|The circuit symbol for a voltmeter]]
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[[File:HP RMS Voltmeter 3400A.jpg|150px|right|thumb|An HP [[RMS]] voltmeter]]
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'''Voltage''' is a measure of the potential difference (PD) in the electricity between two points in a circuit and is measured in Volts (V).
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Latest revision as of 17:08, 31 December 2020

A simple circuit with a voltage source.
The circuit symbol for a voltmeter
An HP RMS voltmeter

Voltage is a measure of the potential difference (PD) in the electricity between two points in a circuit and is measured in Volts (V).

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