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electric generator

A device that changes mechanical energy into electrical energy.
See also: generator
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The market information includes the total market size for electric generators and motors as well as the market size and trends for the following kinds of products:
Chairman of Conolog Robert Benou stated, "We appreciate being selected to provide protection equipment to windmill electric generators and are focusing on serving the electric generating market.
Through an innovative new program, Electric Generators USA developed a means of providing backup power for as low as $9.
We will maintain our current manufacturing capability for combustion turbines and electric generators while improving our productivity, reducing costs and enhancing our competitiveness in the global marketplace.
At 350 megawatts, Boswell 3 is the second-largest electric generator operated by Minnesota Power, a division of Duluth-based ALLETE (NYSE:ALE).
Ahmed Mahmoud, a hairdresser, had to provide his salon with an electric generator as the short electrical supply has already caused him to lose several customers.
Governor Malloy's proposed tax on the state's electric generators threaten all these benefits.
Summary: CAIRO - The market of electric appliances in central Cairo has been booming as demand for electric generators and searchlights shot up due to power cuts.
LASHKARGAH (PAN): Farmers who shunned poppies and planted other cash crops were given subsidised electric generators in Nad Ali district of southern Helmand province.
Variable-speed electric generators are serving that purpose, up to the 400 megavolt ampere unit size, in Japan since 1996 and Germany since 2004.
Set along the Amazon River, Journey to Bom Goody is a wry novel about a retired electronics salesman who takes it upon himself to conduct the "social experiment" of delivering VCRs and portable electric generators to the isolated natives who live near the River's shores, ostensibly to give them a chance to study modern civilization as it has studied them.
A simple Atwood machine can be used to drive electric generators that have pulleys attached to the armature.