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'''Standard Energy Units''' (SEU) are a unit of measurement for power supplies. They measure the output of a [[Power Generator]], and the capacity of power packs and batteries.<ref>For purposes of basic reference, 1 SEU has been calculated to be the equivalent of approximately 1,000 joules (1 kJ).</ref>
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'''Standard Energy Units''' (SEU) are a standardized unit of measurement for commonly used for power supplies. They measure the output of a [[Power Generator]], and the capacity of power packs and batteries.<ref>For purposes of basic reference, 1 SEU has been calculated to be the equivalent of approximately 1,000 joules (1 kJ).</ref>
   
 
SEUs are generally stored in multi-capacitor, single-use (i.e. non-rechargeable) devices such as [[Powerclip]]s, mini-powerclips and power discs, or in rechargeable active-matrix devices such as [[Power Beltpack]]s, [[Power Backpack]]s and [[Parabattery|Parabatteries]].
 
SEUs are generally stored in multi-capacitor, single-use (i.e. non-rechargeable) devices such as [[Powerclip]]s, mini-powerclips and power discs, or in rechargeable active-matrix devices such as [[Power Beltpack]]s, [[Power Backpack]]s and [[Parabattery|Parabatteries]].

Revision as of 14:29, July 31, 2014

Standard Energy Units (SEU) are a standardized unit of measurement for commonly used for power supplies. They measure the output of a Power Generator, and the capacity of power packs and batteries.[1]

SEUs are generally stored in multi-capacitor, single-use (i.e. non-rechargeable) devices such as Powerclips, mini-powerclips and power discs, or in rechargeable active-matrix devices such as Power Beltpacks, Power Backpacks and Parabatteries.

The value of an SEU is generally standardized at 5 credits and often serves as a commodity in trade when electronic banking is not available.


Notes

  1. For purposes of basic reference, 1 SEU has been calculated to be the equivalent of approximately 1,000 joules (1 kJ).
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