ground bus

ground bus

A bus to which grounds, 3 from individual pieces of equipment are connected; the bus, in turn, is connected to the ground at one or more points.
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Tenders are invited for installation for a uv disinfection system for the wastewater treatment plant that includes thirty-six (36) power centers, three (3) ground bus bars, three (3) 24-volts power supplies, six (6) 24-volts power supplies, twelve (12) temperature switches, eighteen (18) 24-volt power supplies, twelve (12) circuit protector, 30 amps.
ASCO offers the 7000 series generator paralleling control switchgear in 115 to 600 V configurations with a three-phase, four-wire, 100% neutral, 25% copper ground Bus.
Ground Loop A current loop created when a signal source and a signal measurement device are grounded at two separate points on a ground bus through which noise currents flow.
The facility will also feature solid cement floors without drains, explosion-proof lighting, spark-resistant and chemical-resistant cement floor covering, a high-volume water sprinkler system, a ground bus and roll-up and manmade doors grounded to the ground bus.
If more than a 1/2 volt of noise gets into the ground bus, it will disrupt system operations.
To preserve the existing grounding loop is necessary to be caught grounding plate to the RCC to which it is attached; to extend the ground bus grounding; to join the extended ground bus to the grounding plate and the existing trigger.
The ProtoShell includes a 1212 through-hole grid with power and ground bus bars and footprints for SOIC, SOP, and other surface-mount components, along with through-hole pads for jumper connections.
The tender for the lightning protection work includes approximately 730 m foundation earth, 950 meters round wire as a ground bus, about 1 200 meters round wire as roof lines and derivatives incl.