Definitions for voltage, terminal
The Standard Electrical Dictionary
The voltage or potential difference at the terminals of an electric current generator, such as a dynamo, as distinguished from the total electro-motive force of the dynamo or generator. In batteries the distinction is not generally made in practice; the total electro-motive force of the battery is made the basis of calculations.
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