What is the difference between -V and COM which are marked on the output side?

COM (COMMON) means common ground. Please see below: Single output: Positive pole (+V), Negative pole (-V) Multiple output (Common ground): Positive pole (+V1, +V2,.), Negative pole (COM)

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