I could say exactly the same. Whether it is wrong, maybe. Tautology - definitely.I don't actually think DC of AC current is wrong, but as an electrical engineer I have been brainwashed I suppose.
Off the top of my (bald) head I can't think of a better way to describe it. People know what it means even though it is nonsense.AC/DC voltage
I'm not so sure. I feel the word 'current' has a subtly different meaning in the two instances. DC or AC is referring to the general type of supply, which harks back to when these things were first invented/discovered/generated, and is thus a bit Victorian. If starting today we might well choose a different vocabulary.Tautology - definitely.
Like many English words 'current' has a number of meanings. To me "The current DC current is 3 Amps" is fine.
Yeah, and "dish" to describe the complete assembly at the top end of the cable connected to a satellite TV receiver works for me.3A DC also works for me.
and I don't like the "s" on the end of units
Indeed. Amp is short for Ampere, you certainly wouldn't use the singular form unless it was exactly one, so it's 3 Amps.How strange. What is the genesis of that idea?
What?Can't be Ohms as the two 'quantities are multiplied algebraically as I stated above.