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open circuit

an electric circuit in which current flow ceases.
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But the open-circuit system was simpler and less prone to problems.
4 percent, it is necessary to provide a short-circuit termination for all even-harmonic voltages and an open-circuit impedance for third-harmonic currents.
The Cooper InVision solution identifies an open-circuit event via the intelligent fuse sensor module and then transmits notification of the open-circuit event over the mesh network to a web-based monitoring application that sends an urgent maintenance work-order request.
In reverse bias, the diode acts as a switch in the off state and the microstrip line becomes an open-circuit termination.
Tenders are invited for 30 scott air bottles with specifications that include; minimum 4500-psi air supply system, 30-minute carbon bottle, are built to dot and tc specifications, shall meet nfpa 1981 standard in open-circuit self-contained breathing apparatus for fire and emergency services current edition, shall be niosh cbrn certified and niosh title 42.
The CCT sensors have an integrated open-circuit protection element for voltage peak suppression.
30 m[ohm] maximum and a tight open-circuit inductance tolerance of [+ or -]15 percent provide desirable efficiency and fast transient response.
The first model available in this XL Series of open-circuit hydraulic piston pumps from Denison Hydraulics is called the XL75.
Having changed to an open-circuit system, we now have the capacity to pump water from the tailings dam via the existing pipeline back to the plant site and from there to the nearby Bozinta dam," Churchouse said.
30 milliohms maximum and a tight open-circuit inductance tolerance of plus or minus 15 percent provide excellent efficiency and fast transient response.
These two Standards on Open-Circuit Self-Contained Breathing Apparatus (SCBA) for Emergency Services, 2007; and Selection, Care, and Maintenance of Open-Circuit Self-Contained Breathing Apparatus (SCBA) identify the requirements for every firefighter to ensure their health and safety.
It provides simulation of open-circuit voltage up to 150 V and short-circuit current up to 40 A.