chassis ground


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chassis ground

[′chas·ē ‚grau̇nd]
(electricity)
A connection made to the metal chassis on which the components of a circuit are mounted, to serve as a common return path to the power source.
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Users also have the option of separating the chassis ground from signal ground.
The user can select passive or active terminations and the 4-point chassis ground may be modified to isolate the chassis ground from the digital ground.
Delivery of a heavy rescue truck for the fire department to MAN or Mercedes chassis ground or equivalent with an automatic transmission, with about 2 320 kW 100 Nm.