NFL owners vote to raise ground voltage for NFL and other sports

The owners of the NFL, Major League Baseball and Major League Soccer approved a plan Wednesday to raise the minimum voltage for their games from 3.4 volts to 3.6 volts.

The measure is aimed at preventing overheating and short circuits in the most vulnerable sections of the stadiums.

The increase in voltage will help protect the stadiums from overheating that can damage the stadium electrical systems.

The NFL said it expects to increase the minimum ground voltage in its stadiums to 3,400 volts by 2020.

The NBA, which has a similar policy, has already agreed to raise its minimum ground-voltage limit to 3-1,200 volts.

Under the plan, the minimum is currently set at 3.5 volts, which is about the same as the minimum that’s used in stadiums across the country.

The change will go into effect in the 2019-2020 season, when the league’s 10 stadiums in the U.S. will have the option of increasing the voltage to 3 volts or 3,500 volts.

In a statement, the NFL said the decision is “an opportunity to increase ground-level voltage for fans, and for those fans to enjoy the most comfortable experience possible, while protecting the most critical parts of the stadium, including the fan experience.”