K - Refer to Kilo
KCL - Refer to Kirchhoff’s Current Law
Key Fob - An electronic vehicle key that allows the vehicle to sense the key via a proximity sensor. They most commonly come with keyless entry and other remote commands built onto the fob as well.
Keypad - A panel usually made of metal or plastic with numbered push-buttons (like a touch-tone telephone) designed to provide access to certain types of security or communications systems.
kHz - Refer to Kilohertz
Kilo (k) - A prefix meaning thousand.
Kilohertz (kHz) - 1 kHz equals one thousand hertz or 1000 cycles per second. Formerly called kilocycles (kc).
Kirchhoff’s Current Law (KCL) - A law stating that the total current entering a point or junction in a circuit must equal the sum of the current leaving that point or junction.
Kirchhoff’s Voltage Law (KVL) - A law stating that the voltage supplied to a DC circuit must equal the sum of the voltage drops within the circuit.
KVL - Refer to Kirchhoff’s Voltage Law