> When the data sheet specifies 13.5 +- 0.6 V, such as with the 3cx800A7,
> are they referring to a DC voltage? So, if I have 13.5 VAC,
> the RMS value, it would be just dandy, or are they referring that
> 13.5 V is the maximum peak value?
The way I understand it, RMS is the a.c. Voltage that is the equivalent
heating capability to the
direct current Voltage, So. 10 Volts RMS will heat a filament to the same
temperature as 10.0 Volts
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