continuity test


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continuity test

[‚känt·ən′ü·əd·ē ‚test]
(electricity)
An electrical test used to determine the presence and location of a broken connection.
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Through my work as an armament logistics assistance representative, I've found that most aviation units aren't aware that you can fabricate a continuity test round for the M230 gun.
The tool also contains a single slider for both regular and continuity test set installations, so components do not need to be changed out during installations.
After two magnificent away days in Amsterdam and Lisbon, Mick McCarthy's vibrant team passed this continuity test with a cruise-control triumph over outclassed Estonia at joyful Lansdowne Road.
6) In such cases, taxpayers would likely prefer to avoid the uncertainty that the IRS might attempt to assert the Campbell decision as a sword to defeat the taxpayer's attempt to fail the remote continuity test.
A variety of mathematical functions and diode and continuity test functions are also included.
Lower the rail and plug the safety box cable into the tub's charge box and do the normal continuity test.
The Connecticut Superior Court ruled that a surviving corporation could use the net operating loss (NOL) carryover of a predecessor corporation because there was continuity of business enterprise, and established a four-part continuity test.
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Launching the model, a company spokesperson said, "The Model ST-9918 facilitates diode check and continuity test, which make it a 'must have' for one and sundry.
At the O-level, the armament test requirements during SDD only call for the use of a simple, stray voltage and continuity test set.

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