bell wire

bell wire

[′bel ‚wīr]
(electricity)
A copper wire, usually solid rather than stranded, and soft-drawn rather than hard-drawn, used in low-current, low-voltage applications.

bell wire

Small-diameter wire of low current-carrying capacity; covered with insulating material rated at 30 volts or less.
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Prest had floated away, giving me a rendezvous at the end of half an hour by some neighboring water steps; and I had been let into the house, after pulling the rusty bell wire, by a little red-headed, white-faced maidservant, who was very young and not ugly and wore clicking pattens and a shawl in the fashion of a hood.
Inglethorp's bell wire was neatly cut, and on Monday evening Mademoiselle Cynthia was spending the night with friends, so that Mrs.
When a woman has been seriously wronged by a man she no longer oscillates, and the usual symptom is a broken bell wire.
Next, from indoors, pass a length of bell wire through the hole and separate the cores for approximately 25mm, then strip off 10mm of insulation from each one.
1FILL YOUR PLATE This little doodad slots in between the front and back plates of your master phone socket filtering out the interference caused by the bell wire, which was needed to make older telephones ring.
Next,from indoors,pass a length of bell wire through the hole and separate the cores for approximately 25mm, then strip off 10mmof insulation from each one.
Next, pass a length of bell wire from indoors through the hole and separate the cores for approximately 25mm, then strip off 10mm of insulation from each one.
You might want to replace thin metal ties (often too short, anyway) with heavier, plastic-covered bell wire.
It is worth fitting multiple smoke alarms but make sure they can easily be linked with two-core bell wire.
Visitors will also have the chance to test drive the New Labacus Innovator Labelling Software, appreciate the New 10mm width Fox-Flo labels and also new to the range is a very small non-shrink tubing specifically designed for bell wires.
With the addition of DSL equipment in the local hub (or office), the Bell wires can carry more traffic, 20 to 30 times faster, providing the advantages of a dedicated fiber-optic connection over shared, existing copper wires.