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- another term for voltage divider
- ‘You may find that you need a supply of 6 volts and you have a 9 volt battery, your only option may be to make a potential divider.’
- ‘If a signal in a sensing or control system is too big, it can be reduced by ‘tapping off’ a fraction of the signal using a potential divider.’
- ‘The question illustrates the effect of the load on the potential divider.’
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