Why if I short this circuit in my hand the 1150mA will not kill me?Thank you so much and sorry for my english, really sorry.
Why small resistance will not always produce high current?... ...Ohm law says that U = RxI so a small R
I believe the regulatory agencies consider voltages above about 50V as "dangerous". 12V or 24V is considered completely safe. P.S.I'm NOT recommending that you do this, but you can "test" a 9V battery by touching it to your tongue!
I am amazed how smart you all are! You made it very easy to understand. It was good to know that faulty usb can lead my to death so I will by a good usb cable and make sure I will use a good usb charger to avoid accidents.What I cant understand after all your explanation is this: if the charger provides 5v why does it only provide 1050mA? If I short wire it with veeery low resistance wires, it should provide me a high current, isnt? Why it doenst?
if the charger provides 5v why does it only provide 1050mA?
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