Ampacity is also referred as current rating or current-carrying capacity. The term is used in few North American countries. It is defined as the measurement of amount of electric current passes through a device or conductor before sustaining immediate or progressive deterioration. It is a root mean square of the electrical current that carry under a constant temperature rating, power loss, and heat dissipation. It is measured in amperes. It aids in rating electrical wires and cables.
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