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Volt (abbreviated V) is a unit of electric potential and electromotive force, named after Alessandro Volta.
Volt or Volts may also refer to:
- electron volt (eV), a unit of energy in physics
- volt-ampere (VA), a unit used to measure the apparent power in an electrical circuit
- volt-ampere reactive (var), a unit used to measure reactive power in an AC system
- volt meter, an instrument used for measuring electrical potential difference in an electric circuit
- Volt-ohm meter (VOM), an electronic measuring instrument
- Volts Center Tapped (VCT), a unit used to measure the voltage output of a center tapped transformer
- Volt Records, classic soul record label
- Volt (TV series), a Canadian television series in French
- Volts (album), an album by AC/DC
- Volt, a poetry magazine published by Sonoma State University
- Alessandro Volta (1745–1827), the Italian physicist after whom the term volt is named
- John Volts (1825–1904?), a British critic, philosopher and writer.
- Judge Volt, a fictional character from the Judge Dredd comic strip in 2000 AD
- Volt (Transformers), a fictional character in the Transformers series
- Volt (Dungeons & Dragons), a creature in the Dungeons & Dragons series
- Chevrolet Volt, an American plug-in hybrid automobile
- VOLT, Microsoft's Visual OpenType Layout Tool
- Volt Technical Resources, a third-party recruiting company based in New York City
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