bonding jumper


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bonding jumper

1. A conductor used to provide bonding between metal parts of a system.
2. A reliable conductor which ensures that there is good electrical conductivity between the metal parts to which it is connected.
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b) Main Bonding Jumper for proper size and termination (Refer to NEC Article 250, Section 250-102, Equipment Bonding Jumpers)
This AD requires repetitive inspections of the visible fuselage skin and doubler if installed, for cracking, corrosion, and any indication of contact of a certain fastener to a bonding jumper, and repair if necessary," it said.
WARNING "Do not remove the Bonding Jumper between GND and N unless the weapon system requires an ungrounded system.
They found that the majority of the units were not properly bonded because they were missing a bonding jumper wire common to most NEC-compliant distribution panels.
An integrated bonding splice eliminates bonding jumpers or grounding straps to electrical bond rails across the splice, reducing installation steps and copper to shave total installed cost.
For instance, if Uzbekenergo quits the Central Asian power grid, Kazakhstan will have to make bonding jumpers with the energy system of Kyrgyzstan.
It also calls for inspection of the region of the hinge fittings on the spring tab for the interference of the bonding jumpers attached to the hinge fittings with the leading edge of the spring tab, and corrective action if necessary.
The Everest residential CrossRail Rail Connector is ETL listed to UL467 and eliminates added parts and labor often required for rail to rail bonding jumpers and lugs.