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Verpolungsspannung

English translation: polarisation voltage

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German term or phrase:Verpolungsspannung
English translation:polarisation voltage
Entered by: Iain Purvis
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06:48 Sep 25, 2000
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German term or phrase: Verpolungsspannung
This relates to a transistor switched by an optocoupler.
Michael Dollman
polarisation voltage
Explanation:
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nareverse voltage
Michael Scheidler
napolarisation voltage
Iain Purvis


  

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polarisation voltage


Explanation:
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35 mins
reverse voltage


Explanation:
As far as I know "Verpolung" always means that the poles are wrongly connected. For example "Verpolungsschutz" acc. to DIN 41745 means "reverse voltage protection". This is confirmed by my Siemens dictionary.


    Siemens Dictionary of Power Engineering and Automation
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