common return

common return

[¦käm·ən ri′tərn]
(electronics)
A return conductor that serves two or more circuits.

common return

An electrical conductor which serves as the electrical return for more than one circuit.
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Moseley scrapped to an eight-point win at the Northern Echo Arena, before shipping two late tries while having their pockets picked to the tune of 19-21 in the Billesley Common return.
The European fund for asylum, immigration and integration which funds this project has four main objectives, one of which is the management of illegal immigration, particularly by strengthening a common return policy.
Three-pipe systems have a separate supply pipe for hot water and chilled water but a common return pipe for both.
Depending on the system condition, the addition of a strainer, a filter, or even a dirt separator, on the common return to the plate heat exchanger is recommended to protect the unit from debris that has not been successfully flushed from the old system.
Frigosystem states these chillers may be specified with dual water circuits providing both chilled and cooled water circuits while utilising a common return.
On the following pages, we have a few common return scenarios you're likely to encounter.
These include a common simplified registration form and a common return for Central Excise and Service Tax, to be named EST-1.
Recent examples include Last Instalment, the 3-1 third favourite who won the beginners chase at Galway on Sunday and paid the derisory but all too common return of EUR1.
The differential driver that drives a signal on a differential pair has two output pins that create two different voltages on each of the two signal lines, with respect to their common return path.
The agency is tasked with coordinating the surveillance of external borders, but is now also required to organise and co-finance common return flights of illegal immigrants, including the leasing of aircraft for such operations.
The ground bounce voltage noise will appear on all signal lines that share the common return path, whether there is a driven signal on the line or it happens to be pegged low.
Their input diodes are available with common anodes, common cathodes or, on the AC version, a common return.