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disconnector

[‚dis·kə′nek·tər]
(electricity)
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Evaluation of input / output cells / - busbar, Insulators, Line and bus disconnector, Circuit breaker, Current transformers / or complete distribution device /; 8.
A description of this added safety quoted in the original owner's manual says, "If a cartridge remains in the chamber of the barrel and the pistol is left in a cocked position when the magazine is withdrawn, the arm cannot be fired even if the trigger is pulled because the Safety Disconnector positively breaks all connection between the trigger and sear.
In this case the disconnector actually engages and holds the hammer rearward.
A two-stage trigger offers shooters two distinct, sharp and tactile "stages" or trigger positions prior to the disconnector releasing.
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The Clipster[R] Aseptic Disconnector is used after a fluid transfer to disconnect transfer lines and bag assemblies.
Set the disconnector into its place and line up the holes.
The design sees the circuit breaker and disconnector housed in a protective tank with insulating gas, which the company claims provides a space saving over conventional designs of up to 60%.
BPV4000 is an adaptation from the building blocks of the Contactplasma INP Disconnector range.
An integrated overpressure disconnector that ensures additional safety.
Drop-in trigger jobs are sold by A number of companies and normally include a lighter sear spring, disconnector, hammer and sear.
Use your stones or sandpaper to smooth up any roughness on the disconnector so it slides in the frame and sear as easily as possible.