A unit of electric energy inside meter-kilogram-second system. It is the regular present that after streaming in straight synchronous cables of limitless size and minimal cross-section, separated by a distance of just one meter in free space, creates a force between the wires of 2 × 10-7 newtons per meter of length.
A unit into the Global System specified as one Global coulomb per 2nd and equal to 0.999835 ampere. See Table at dimension.
A unit of electrical present, the standard base unit within the Global System of products. Abbreviation: amp, logo: A
The unit used in measuring the strength of an electric present. This is the existing which moves through a conductor whose opposition is the one ohm, and between the two finishes that the machine distinction of potentials, one volt, is maintained.
an old device of household current (slightly smaller than the SI ampere)
the essential product of electric current used beneath the Systeme Global d'Unites