As I said, most of us are a little unsure when it comes to electricity. We aren’t sure exactly what it is, so we may have a hard time describing it to others. And even if we know what it is, it can be very confusing.
To make matters even more confusing, we probably have more misconceptions about electric current than about our own nervous system. But in general, current and voltage are two different things, and they are not interchangeable. Your electric meter is not actually a meter, and you need two different types of meters to talk about how much electricity you have. That is why voltage is actually a measurement of the electric field around a conductor, not its current.
Voltage is a measurement of the current in an electric circuit. The current in the circuit is how much electricity flows through it. The difference between the two is that voltage is measured in volts, but current is measured in amps.
The two numbers are related, but not interchangeable. Voltage is measured in volts, but current is measured in amps. A common misconception is that a wire carrying a lot of current is a lot of voltage. That’s not true. A wire carrying a lot of current is only a little bit of voltage. Sometimes a wire carrying a little bit of current is a lot of voltage.
In this case, a wire carrying a lot of current is a lot of voltage. Thats why current is measured in amps and voltage is measured in volts. The wire carrying a lot of current is much bigger than a wire carrying a little bit of current. Its voltage is much higher.
In this case, it is a wire carrying a lot of current that is larger than a wire carrying a little bit of current.
This is part of the reason why electric power is so easy to mess up. One minute you are making a circuit that works fine, and the next minute it breaks. A current carrying wire is more likely to short out than a wire carrying a little bit of current.
The voltage is a measure of how much electric current it carries. If you have a power line that has a wire with a lot of current, it will carry a lot more voltage than one carrying a little bit of current. The bigger the wire, the more current it will carry, and the higher the voltage.
Voltage is a measure of how much current a wire carries, and the lower it carries. The higher the voltage, the bigger the current.
Most electric cables have a few feet of insulation, but some cables are insulated more than that. We’ve found that the voltage is a fairly good indicator of how long a wire is, and the shorter the wire, the more voltage a wire needs. This is because the current carried by a wire depends on the length of the wire.