Definition of two-phase in English:

two-phase

Syllabification: two-phase
Pronunciation: /ˈto͞ofāz/

adjective

(Of an electric generator, motor, or other device) designed to supply or use simultaneously two separate alternating currents of the same voltage, but with phases differing by half a period.
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  • They are suitable for use with any standard two-phase stepper motor and offer four, user - selectable resolution settings.
  • The CPU voltage regulator is a two-phase one (which could have pushed the company engineers to use active cooling).
  • In rural areas, thousands of farmers had installed capacitors on electric water pumps to run these on two-phase supply meant for household use.

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