Definition of Megohms

1. Noun. (plural of megohm) ¹



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Definition of Megohms

1. megohm [n] - See also: megohm

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Megohms

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megilphs
megilps
meglitinide
meglitinides
meglumine
meglumine acetrizoate
meglumine diatrizoate
meglumine iothalamate
meglutol
mego
megodontia
megohm
megohmmeter
megohmmeters
megohms (current term)
megoxycyte
megoxyphil
megrim
megrims
megs
megstie
meh
mehari
meharis
mehmandar
mehmandars
mehndi
mehndis

Literary usage of Megohms

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1. Transactions of the American Institute of Electrical Engineers by American Institute of Electrical Engineers (1890)
"Last test of same circuit 388 megohms. Present length of circuit 9.5 miles. ... Last test 1250 megohms. Length 9.6 miles The first test was made when ..."

2. Methods of Measuring Electrical Resistance by Edwin Fitch Northrup (1912)
"A high resistance of a few hundred megohms may also be measured by a ... Wheats tone-Bridge Method of Measuring a Resistance of from 10 to 1000 megohms. ..."

3. Science by American Association for the Advancement of Science (1897)
"The resistance through the insulation was about 5000 megohms. The results from these two methods were in as 2£. The former obeys fairly well the law of ..."

4. The Electrical Engineer (1893)
"The total insulation resistance is stated to average 4000 to 5000 megohms per kilometre ; and as to the various parts, it appears to range from 2600 megohms ..."

5. Electrical Installations of the United States Navy: A Manual of the Latest by Burns Tracy Walling, Julius Martin (1907)
"Up to and including: Test 500000 cm., single megohms per knot 4,S°o 650000 cm. ... Plain: Between conductors megohms per feet 2500 Each conductor to ground. ..."

6. Report of the Annual Meeting (1896)
"It is fully reported in the ' Electrician ' for September 27, 1896. 3. On Carbon megohms for High Voltages. ..."

7. Naval Electricians' Text Book by William Hannum Grubb Bullard, John Thomas Tompkins, Amon Bronson (1915)
"1000 megohms per knot ...... 3500 From conductors to ground.. 1000 megohms per knot . ... 1000 megohms per 1000 feet. . 3500 Each conductor to ground. ..."

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