negative terminal

negative terminal

[′neg·əd·iv ′tər·mən·əl]
(electricity)
The terminal of a battery or other voltage source that has more electrons than normal; electrons flow from the negative terminal through the external circuit to the positive terminal.
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Unbolt the negative terminal first, then the positive.
If the positive cable is connected to the negative terminal, and vice versa, the cables alert the user of the incorrect connection with a loud buzz, making Juno Jumper Pro much safer than standard jumping cables.
Then, connect the negative cable to the negative terminal on the working battery.
An electrocardiogram was normal except for signs of left atrial enlargement: a negative terminal portion of the P wave in lead V1 [greater than or equal to] 0.
A 1/2 inch open-end wrench or socket wrench for the battery negative terminal
So hook up the light between the negative terminal of the battery and the positive (ignition) side of the coil.
Remove the negative terminal cable on the battery then the positive.
Your battery switch and main negative terminal should both be located as close to the battery bank as possible.
The current loop wave is launched from the battery with signal current flowing toward the light bulb, and simultaneously, current flowing through the air to the return conductor, back to the negative terminal of the battery, right at the source.
Capacitor is connected by its positive terminal to the load and its negative terminal is connected to the supply.
The ratio of workers with negative terminal balances to the workers ever experiencing negative balances is 0.