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am·per·age

 (ăm′pər-ĭj, ăm′pîr′-)
n.
The strength of an electric current expressed in amperes.
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amperage

(ˈæmpərɪdʒ)
n
(General Physics) the magnitude of an electric current measured in amperes, esp the rated current of an electrical component or device
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am•per•age

(ˈæm pər ɪdʒ, æmˈpɪər-)

n.
the strength of an electric current measured in amperes. Abbr.: amp.
[1890–95]
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.amperage - the strength of an electrical current measured in amperesamperage - the strength of an electrical current measured in amperes
electrical phenomenon - a physical phenomenon involving electricity
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Translations

amperage

[ˈæmpərɪdʒ] Namperaje m
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amperage

nelektrische Stromstärke (in Ampere)
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amperage

[ˈæmpərɪdʒ] namperaggio
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10 -- Phoenix Contact has launched Contactron family of solid-state contactors including reversing and non-reversing contactors in a variety of amperages. The contactors can activate or reverse 1- to 18.5 kW-powered motors without wear or noise.
Operating stably at higher amperages (approximately 370 kA), DX Reduction Technology cells offer increased productivity, improved energy efficiency and reduced environmental impact compared to lower amperage technologies.