line voltage

noun Electricity.
the voltage supplied by a power line, measured at the point of use.
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The other two sources of current variation are line voltage changes and load
  changes.
Many battery cells connected in series are required to support a high dc bus
  voltage, which is about twice the peak line voltage.
By the nature of the controls, they are sensitive to the incoming line voltage.
Distribution line voltage regulators typically are designed to regulate voltage
  based on a unidirectional flow of power.
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