Electrical & Electronics Abbreviations & Full forms : A-Z

Electrical Abbreviations and Acronyms are used very often in the field of electrical industrial.

The page contains a list of electrical abbreviations and its full forms, which are commonly used in electrical and electronics engineering.

 Abbreviations
Full Form
A Ampere
AAAC All Aluminum Alloy Conductor
AAC All Aluminum Conductor
AC Alternating Current
ACDB Alternating Current Distribution Board
ACSR Aluminium Conductors Steel Reinforced
ADC Analog To Digital Converter
AFCI Arc Fault Circuit Interrupter
AH Ampere Hour
AHU Air Handling Unit
AIC Ampere Interrupting Capacity
AL Aluminum
ATS Automatic Transfer Switch
AWG American Wire Gauge
C Capacitance
CKT Circuit
CPT Control Power Transformer
CT Current Transformer
DAC Digital To Analog Converter
DB Distribution Board
db Decibel
DC Direct Current
DCDB Direct Current Distribution Board
DOL Direct ON Line
DP Double Pole
DPIC Double Pole Iron Clad
EF Exhaust Fan
ELCB Earth Leakage Circuit Breaker
F Fuse
FBT Flyback Transformer
FLA Full Load Amperes
FMC Flexible Metal Conduit
GDT Gas Discharge Tube
GFCI Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter
GN Ground
HT High Tension
HZ Hertz
I Current
ICDB Iron Clad Distribution Board
ICSP In Circuit Serial Programming
IG Isolated Ground
IMC Intermediate Metal Conduit
KV Kilo Volts
KVA Kilo Volt Amperes
KVAR Kilo Volt Amperes Reactive
KW Kilo Watt
KWH Kilo Watt Hour
L Inductance
LA Lightning Arrester
LED Light Emitting Diode
LDR Light Dependent Resistor
LOPT Line Output Transformer
LT Low Tension
LVDT Linear Variable Differential Transformer
MCB Miniature Circuit Breaker
MCC Motor Control Center Panel
MCCB Moulded Case Circuit Breaker
MCP Motor Circuit Protection
MISO Master Input Slave Output
MOSI Master Output Slave Input
MOV Metal oxide varistor
MS Main Switch
MW Megawatt
NC Normally Closed
NCT Neutral Current Transformer
NL Neutral Link
NO Normally Open
P Pole
PB Push Button
PCC Power Control Centre Panel
PT Potential Transformer
PVC Poly Vinyl Chloride
Q Charge
R Resistance
RCCB Residual Current Circuit Breaker
RCD Residual Current Device
RFID Radio Frequency Identification
RMC Rigid Metal Conduit
RMG Ring Main Gear
RMU Ring Main Unit
RNC Rigid Non Metallic Conduit
SB Switch Board
SCK Serial Clock
SCR Silicon Controlled Rectifier
SFU Switch Fuse Unit
SP Single Pole
SPDT Single Pole Double Throw
SPI Serial Peripheral Interface
SPST Single Pole Single Throw
STR Statimax Trip Release
SW Switch
SWG Standard Wire Gauge
TTL Transistor-Transistor Logic
TMCB Thermal Magnetic Circuit Breaker
TPDT Triple Pole Double Throw
TPIC Triple Pole Iron Clad
TPS Triple Pole Switch
TPST Triple Pole Single Throw
TRS Tough Rubber Sheathed
TVS-Diode Transient Voltage Suppression Diode
UART Universal Asynchronous Receiver and Transmitter
UG Under Ground
USART Universal Synchronous and Asynchronous Receiver and Transmitter
USB Universal Serial Bus
V Volts
VA Volt Ampere
VCB Vacuum Circuit Breaker
VIR Vulcanized Indian Rubber
VT Voltage Transformer
XLPE Cross-linked Polyethylene
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17 Responses

  1. shital says:

    what is full form of SFU in electrical

  2. Mohammad wasim says:

    Waao

  3. kishore says:

    what is rmg

  4. Shrayansh goinka says:

    What is the full form of ‘n’ and ‘e’

    • admin says:

      n – Commonly used to represent nano values, 10^-9.
      e – It is used as induced e.m.f, or an elementary charge e = 1.602 x 106-19 and also as an exponential function in equations.
      These letters may also have used an abbreviation for some other terms too.

  5. Amod kumar says:

    Waaw

  6. SANJAYSAROJ says:

    Electrician

  7. Monu Chauhan says:

    electric

  8. Lallan Prasad says:

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  9. Lallan Prasad says:

    I want more knowledge of electrical and electronic
    Components.. .

  10. shiva A says:

    what is full form of MIVC in partial discharge
    what is full form of ICM compact in partial discharge

  11. Khalid says:

    What means of ohms

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