How to Pronounce TVSS?

Correct pronunciation for the word "TVSS" is [tˌiːvˌiːˌɛsˈɛs], [tˌiːvˌiːˌɛsˈɛs], [t_ˌiː_v_ˌiː__ˌɛ_s_ˈɛ_s].

What are the misspellings for TVSS?

  • Tvass,
  • tvs,
  • TVSu,
  • rvss,
  • 6vss,
  • 5vss,
  • rtvss,
  • trvss,
  • ftvss,
  • tfvss,
  • gtvss,
  • tgvss,
  • ytvss,
  • tyvss,
  • 6tvss,
  • t6vss,
  • 5tvss,
  • t5vss,
  • tcvss,
  • tvcss

"TVSS" in context

TVSS is an acronym that stands for Transient Voltage Surge Suppressors. These devices are used to protect sensitive electrical equipment from the damaging effects of transient voltage surges that can occur from lightning strikes or external sources of power, such as high voltage lines. A TVSS works by diverting any excess energy away from equipment and into an appropriate ground, preventing it from causing serious damage. By using this type of surge protection device, a business can protect their expensive equipment from costly repair bills or even a total loss. TVSSs come in various sizes, from a panel-mounting unit to a towerless system.

Usage over time for TVSS:

This graph shows how "TVSS" have occurred between 1800 and 2008 in a corpus of English books.


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