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Revision as of 12:53, 23 March 2015

Direct Current (DC) is a voltage or current that does not vary with time. It is the form in which electricity is generated by a chemical cell (battery), a solar cell (photovoltaic) or a DC generator. DC is not used for power transmission because it cannot be manipulated by a transformer.

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