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Volt

Unit of electricl force or pressure. Household voltage in the United States, nominally 120 volts, varies between 110 and 125 volts.

 


Voltage Drop

Difference in voltage along a circuit. Voltage drop becomes a problem with low voltage wiring and small cable, reducing the intensity of the lights at the far end of the cable.

VVT

The Variable Volume and Temperature (VVT) system provides an effective balance between flexible zone comfort, diverse system application requirements, and efficienct high-performance unit operation.

 

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