How Many Volts Are in a Wall Outlet?

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The number of volts in a wall outlet will vary from country to country. However, in the United States, the number of volts in a wall outlet ranges from 115-120.
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In US, 110V - 60Hz AC power is supplied for domestic household use.Abhiraj Chauhan (abhirajchauhan@gmail.com)
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Current induced due to voltage depends on the resistance of load. By Ohm's Law, I=V/R. Hence if load is minimum, current through circuit is maximum.
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1. Turn the voltmeter on and put it on the 240-volt setting. 2. Insert the meter's positive probe into the vertical slot on right side of the outlet. Insert the negative probe into
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