# Examples of volts

## What is a real life example of voltage?

A more concrete example of voltage from real life is

**a water tank with a hose extending from the bottom**. Water in the tank represents stored charge. It takes work to fill the tank with water. This creates a store of water, as separating charge does in a battery.## What is the example of voltage and current?

Currents are the same through all components connected in series. For example if a 2V battery and a 6V battery are connected to a resistor and LED in series, the current through all the components would be same (say, 15mA) but the voltages will be different (5V across the resistor and the 3V across the LED).

## What things are measured in volts?

Volts and amperes are measures of electricity. A volt is the unit of

**electric potential difference**, or the size of the force that sends the electrons through a circuit. An ampere is the unit used to measure electric current.## What are the types of voltages?

**Voltages Divided into Classifications**

- High (HV), Extra- High (EHV) & Ultra-High Voltages (UHV) – 115,000 to 1,100,000 VAC.
- Medium Voltage (MV) – 2,400 to 69,000 VAC.
- Low Voltage (LV) – 240 to 600 VAC.

## How do you explain voltage to a child?

## What is voltage in simple words?

Voltage is

**the pressure from an electrical circuit’s power source that pushes charged electrons (current) through a conducting loop, enabling them to do work such as illuminating a light**.## What is the other name of voltage?

electromotive force

Voltage, also called

**electromotive force**, is a quantitative expression of the potential difference in charge between two points in an electrical field.## What are the 3 types of power supply?

There are three subsets of regulated power supplies:

**linear, switched, and battery-based**. Of the three basic regulated power supply designs, linear is the least complicated system, but switched and battery power have their advantages.## How strong is 600 volts?

At 600 volts, the current through the body may be

**as great as 4 amps**, causing damage to internal organs such as the heart. High voltages also produce burns. In addition, internal blood vessels may clot. Nerves in the area of the contact point may be damaged.## What is relation between voltage and current?

What is the relation between voltage and current? Answer: The relationship between the voltage, current, and resistance in an electric circuit is described by Ohm’s Law:

**i = v/r**means current is directly proportional to the voltage .## How is voltage and current defined?

Voltage is the difference in charge between two points. Current is the rate at which charge is flowing. Resistance is a material’s tendency to resist the flow of charge (current).

## What is current power and voltage?

An electric circuit is capable of transferring power.

**Current is the rate of flow of charge, and voltage measures the energy transferred per unit of charge**.## What are the two types of current?

There are two kinds of current electricity:

**direct current (DC) and alternating current (AC)**. With direct current, electrons move in one direction. Batteries produce direct current. In alternating current, electrons flow in both directions.## What is the other name of voltage?

electromotive force

Voltage, also called

**electromotive force**, is a quantitative expression of the potential difference in charge between two points in an electrical field.## Is voltage a energy?

Voltage is

**electric potential energy per unit charge**, measured in joules per coulomb ( = volts). It is often referred to as “electric potential”, which then must be distinguished from electric potential energy by noting that the “potential” is a “per-unit-charge” quantity.## Is voltage a force?

**Voltage is the force that pushes current around a circuit**. Imagine a battery being like a pump, pushing the current around the circuit. A more complicated way of defining it is that voltage is the difference in electrical energy between two points on a circuit.

## What is meant by 1 volt?

One Volt is defined as

**energy consumption of one joule per electric charge of one coulomb**. 1V = 1J/C. One volt is equal to the current of 1 amp times the resistance of 1 ohm.