These charts show the differences in voltage as compared to nominal voltages, measured in millivolts (mV). For these measurements, it makes no difference if these variations are positive or negative. Given a nominal value of 5.0 volts, voltage readings of both 5.01 and 4.99 volts show a difference of 10 mV. The smaller the value, the more closely the value measured matches the nominal value.
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