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Amperage is the strength of an electric current in Amperes (Sometimes shortened to Amps).

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I have some struggles understanding how amperage works. What I understand so far is that amps are the amount of electrons which get pushed by the voltage. But if I have an outlet with 230V~ which is …
asked Sep 29 '15 by Sempie
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To break off any circuit, the common way is to disconnect the negative and or ground terminal. I rarely see people disconnecting the positive and if so, they're not well educated in electrical enginee …
asked Apr 26 '16 by Sempie