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What is considered high voltage in automotive?

In automotive engineering, high voltage is defined as the range of 30 to 1000 VAC or 60 to 1500 VDC. A high voltage is the representation of a logic 1 in positive logic and a logic 0 in negative logic in digital electronics.

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