Holding current

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The term holding current may refer to:

  • Holding current (electronics) is the minimum current which must pass through the device in order for it to remain in the 'ON' state
  • Holding voltage (physiology), in electrophysiology, specifically while voltage clamping a cell, the holding current is the current that is passed into the cell in order to hold it at the command potential