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DC stands for Direct Current, which means the flow of electric charge in a single direction. Examples of a DC source are batteries, solar panels, dynamos.

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The answer to which one you use depends on the application, and the efficiency needs. For example, you're asked to make a phone charging dock. The dock is powered via a 12 V wallwart, and powers the …
answered Oct 20 '14 by darudude