Simple premise: take ohms law with a purely resistive ac circuit. 1 volt through in series with a 2 ohm resistor, I have 0.5 amps of current. I want to maintain constant power. In practice, "how low can I go" with the voltage to increase the current? There's probably many variables I'm missing, so please feel free to mention them. If it's more straight forward to use rms for voltage that's fine. Thank you for your responses!(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

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# Practical limits of Ohm's law

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