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Power Supplies A to Z

We've included this handy glossary to help with the terminology & abbreviations relating to power products. Pick a letter below to begin, or download the glossary to refer to it whenever you like.

A From 'A' To 'AWG'
B From 'Back Electromotive Force (Back EMF)' To 'Bus Converter '
C From 'C' To 'Curve B (or Class B)'
D From 'dB' To 'Dynamic Load'
E From 'Earth' To 'External Fusing'
F From 'F' To 'Fusible Link'
G From 'Galvanic' To 'Grounded'
H From 'H' To 'Hz'
I From 'I ' To 'Isolation Voltage'
J From 'J ' To 'Junction Field Effect Transistor (JFET)'
K From 'K' To 'kWh'
L From 'L ' To 'LVD'
M From 'Magnetic Amplifier (Mag Amp)' To 'Multi-Resonant Topology (MRT)'
N From 'Nano ' To 'NTC'
O From 'OCV' To 'OVP'
P From 'P' To 'PWM '
Q From 'Quarter Brick ' To 'Quarter Brick '
R From 'R' To 'RS485'
S From 'S' To 'System International d’Unites (SI)'
T From 't' To 'TUV '
U From 'U' To 'USB'
V From 'V' To 'Vss'
W From 'W' To 'Working Voltage'
X-Z From 'X ' To 'Zetta '
# From '°C ' To '°F '

Term of the day : 'International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC)'

Organisation that prepares and publishes international standards for electrical, electronic and related technologies. The standards cover safety, performance, EMC and environmental. The IEC does not perform any testing; this function is left to the national testing agencies. National standards are frequently based on IEC publications. See http://www.iec.ch/

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