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The term high voltage usually means electrical energy at voltages high enough to inflict harm ... Two factors considered in classifying a voltage as "high voltage" are the possibility of c...

What is High Voltage - from High Voltage Connection

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There is no universally accepted definition, although some industry standards do specify various minimum voltages, above which is considered high voltage.

Electricity supply voltage, what is considered too high? - Home ...

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Apr 12, 2013 ... Forum discussion: At my home last night my UPS devices were on battery as the power feed to the house was 142 V. It is normally 120 VAC.

Glossary of Electrical Terms - e-Hazard

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According to the NEC (National Electrical Code), high voltage is any voltage over 600V, ... It contains the basic provisions considered necessary for the safety of ...

Voltage Classification - LV, MV and EHV - ElectroTechnik

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In some situations, the term Ultra High Voltage is used to denote voltages ... In addition, the IEC defines a voltage band known as the Extra Low Voltage with a ...

current - How much voltage is "dangerous"? - Electrical Engineering ...

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Sep 5, 2011 ... About 60V is considered the level at which you can start getting an electric ... So obviously high voltages are not that dangerous in some cases.

Electrical High Voltage Standards - Federal - UC San Diego Extension

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OSHA classifies any use of electrical service over 600 volts as high voltage. Regulations and accepted industry standards state that employers meet specific  ...

Electrical Safety -- Don't Be Shocked! -- Occupational Health & Safety

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May 2, 2014 ... There are also frequent references in the OSHA regulations and elsewhere that refer to high-voltage as being anything greater than 600 volts.

ELECTRICITY (GENERAL) REGULATIONS 2012 - REG 3 - AustLII

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"high voltage" or "HV", in relation to electricity, means electricity at a voltage exceeding 1 000 volts alternating current ("ac") or 1 500 volts direct current ("dc"); .

What is medium voltage? It depends on application, industry ...

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Jul 26, 2010 ... Moreover, this is followed by two still higher class designations—high voltage ( HV) ranging to 230 kV and extra high voltage (EHV) above that ...

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What is the difference between high voltage (HV), medium voltage ...

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600 V and below is considered Low Voltage. 600 V to 69 kV is considered Medium Voltage. 69 kV to 230 kV is considered High Voltage. 230 kV to 1100 kV is ...

High Voltage: What is Medium Voltage?

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Jul 13, 2007 ... Various definitions exist. In general, medium voltage is a term used by the electrical power distribution industry. Here are a few ways medium ...

AS definition of High Voltage and Medium Voltage - AS/NZS (au/nz ...

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Mar 2, 2009 ... Can someone point me to where the definition of HV and MV is made in one of the AS Standards. It seems that there is more and more ...