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galvanic

, galvanical
of, producing, or concerned with an electric current, esp a direct current produced chemically

galvanic

[gal′van·ik]
(electricity)
Pertaining to electricity flowing as a result of chemical action.
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Power, DC Converter, Galvanic Isolation, Dry Contacts, Load Share Capable, 24 VDC to 12 VDC Converter, 19" rack mountable.
The issue of galvanic corrosion is not limited to aluminum and can occur with other metals and alloys, such as steel or stainless steel, in certain environmental conditions.
Premium stainless steel bolts and other fasteners purchased from a reputable trailer shop are well-protected from galvanic corrosion because of their chromium content.
In contrast, AZ91D panels with electroless nickel and stannate immersion exhibited general and galvanic corrosion after only 24 hours.
Due to the galvanic isolation of the optocoupler boards, the digital lines have no electrical influence to each other or to the PC.
All these features are extremely important for material advanced characterization of behavior in the operation of galvanic nickel deposits.
Galvanic corrosion is an electrochemical process in which a metal corrodes when it is in contact with a different metal and both are immersed in an electrolyte.
Galvanic corrosion occurs where dissimilar metals are lapped over one another, where screws or bolts of one metal are used to fasten sheets of another metal together (see Figure 2) and where parts made of one metal are attached to another metal.
The Atex approved MS300 model is designed for use with category 1G equipment and can be used with galvanic isolators within specified electrical parameters.
The author explains the role of EMI in electromagnetic compliance, and describes industry standards for measuring methods, material characteristics, surface finish, corrosion protection and galvanic compatibility.
In the final, held at the Grand Hotel in Brighton, Kelly had to perform high frequency electrical treatment and galvanic facial treatments on a client, assessing what treatment they required for their type of skin, and then answer questions from a panel.
Other possible mechanism of leaching is metal dissolution by galvanic interaction between different mineral phases.