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wiring diagram

[′wīr·iŋ ‚dī·ə‚gram]
(electricity)
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9 The wiring diagram gives a bijection between the NW affine diagrams of period n with a content map, and the affine permutations in [[?
The one-line wiring diagrams describe how all control devices connect to form a system.
Classroom discussions will include diagnostics, wiring diagrams and control lectures.
My father preferred solving long math problems or scrutinizing wiring diagrams in his huge FAA manuals.
Other features of the site will include access to the most up-to-date product specifications, performance data, wiring diagrams, access to noise and vibration data, technical manuals and drawing downloads.
Basically this book will effectively give you everything you need, from wiring diagrams to formulas for working out the strength of battery you need, to design and build your own, individual combat robot.
Which makes me think that the phrase "essential reading" should be reserved exclusively for the labels on bottles of pills and the instructions on electrical wiring diagrams.
Also available are pdf files of brochures and installation instructions, product feature matrixes, product approvals and listings, standard wiring diagrams and more.
Based on its ViewDraw software, the program allowed engineers to create both schematics and wiring diagrams and assured that both sets of documents agreed with each other.
For example Boeing uses reality techniques where wiring diagrams are displayed on to a headset and projected life-size on to an aircraft frame, so that wiring loom workers as they crawl around inside aircraft frames don't have to keep coming out to chec k diagrams on paper plans.
He also demanded to know why no one at Dounreay had examined the wiring diagrams until they were forced to by the accident.
Typical drawings are single-line diagrams, wiring diagrams, control panel layouts, conduit plans and component mounting details.