I am confused by the use of these three terms in conjugation with supplies.
I read somewhere that the prime objective of the circuit is to provide power rather than voltage? What exactly does that mean. Isn't \$Power = IV\$? So saying that you're supplying power rather than voltage is another way of saying supplying a large current. If so why not just say so. Why beat around the bush when saying a current supply is far more intuitive than a power supply?
So what does this cryptic sentence mean: "Supplying power to the load." Do they mean a large current or a large voltage?