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Is 125V too high?

  1. Is 125V too high?
  2. Is 128 volts too high?
  3. How high is too high voltage?

Is 125V too high?

The CSA recommendation for voltage in normal operating conditions is 110 – 125 VAC, but as any electrician will tell you it can be dangerous to operate for long periods of time at the upper end of that range.

Is 128 volts too high?

128 volts is high although it may not be causing a problem for your HT equipment. Most electronic devices are designed to operate over a fairly broad range of power line voltages. 128 volts will however shorten the life of light bulbs very significantly. Call your power company.

How high is too high voltage?

In the United States, the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) establishes nominal voltage ratings for 60 Hz electric power systems over 100 V. Specifically, ANSI C84. 1-2020 defines high voltage as 115 kV to 230 kV, extra-high voltage as 345 kV to 765 kV, and ultra-high voltage as 1,100 kV.

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