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How do you work out voltage drop?

Length x Current x Volts There is an area. The voltage drop is referred to as the volts. The length is the total length of wire in metres. The current is through a wire. There are notes in this picture. An example. 50 x 20 x 0.017 Divide this by 4 for the cross section area of wire.

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