electrical relay

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electrical device such that current flowing through it in one circuit can switch on and off a current in a second circuit

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However, the manual system is no longer adequate for modern electric power system with much larger number of power plants, and electrical relay stations.
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announced today that it has traced the cause of Sunday's outage to an electrical relay device.
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based company is a leading supplier of electrical relays and solenoids to the aerospace, defense, and telecommunications industries.
Easier installation and enhanced reliability is accomplished through a simplified wiring harness, a new integrated valve package, coded electrical connectors, integration of electrical relays into the ECU and the fact that only one automatic traction control (ATC) valve is required.
Westinghouse has access to critical data for nuclear steam supply components, equipment and electrical relays required to successfully perform a seismic risk assessment.
Innovative products developed by Kionix engineers include inertial sensors, microfluidic systems, electrical relays, micromirror arrays, and ultra-high density data storage devices.
This contract concerns the realization of an expertise on certain electrical relays VAL 206 trains (RDET relay RPA RUCA).
5 kV) Electrical fuses (voltage 1 kV) Electrical relays (voltage < 60 volts) Electrical relays (voltage 60 - 1,000 volts) Electrical distribution and control boards (voltage 1kV) Not equipped electrical boards and panels Lightning arresters and voltage/surge limiters (voltage > 1kV) Isolating and make-and-break switches (voltage > 1 kV) Electrical lamp-holders (voltage < 1 kV) Electrical plugs and sockets Other electricity distribution and control equipment The publication is designed for companies who want to gain a comprehensive perspective on the global electricity distribution and control equipment market.
Due to their dielectric properties, they can be used as electroactive polymers in intelligent sensors, artificial muscles, energy-saving electrical relays and valves, and in the generation of electricity.
5 kV), electrical fuses (voltage 1 kV), electrical relays (voltage < 60 volts), electrical relays (voltage 60 - 1,000 volts), electrical distribution and control boards (voltage 1kV), not equipped electrical boards and panels, lightning arresters and voltage/surge limiters (voltage > 1kV), isolating and make-and-break switches (voltage > 1 kV), electrical lamp-holders (voltage < 1 kV), electrical plugs and sockets as well as other electricity distribution and control equipments.
Potential applications range from toys, electrical relays and electrically operated valves, to artificial limbs and peristaltic pumps.
The mighty sound of the four-manual organ is produced by mechanical means, using electrical relays to drive compressed air through ranks of full size pipes and instruments in a large chamber below the stage.
5 MW generators, an upgrade to the electrical relays and breakers, and the conversion from the use of light fuel to heavier, cheaper fuels, were formally approved," said Carty.
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