Pin connection

Pin connection

A structural connection of a truss or bridge made by a pin in an eyebar, rather than a rivet or turnbuckle.
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The vertical core walls, meanwhile, have been completed up to the roof, with ASGC noting that it is using a pin connection system to fix the upper part of the building - from the fifth to seventh floors - to the core walls, ensuring stability and correct alignment .
Also showcased is the built-in ConnectRx charger monitoring technology that detects cable pin connection abnormalities and alerts users to possible problems.
There were two crane operators, and two men near the body of the large crane where they would make the final pin connection when the boom was in place.
The Galaxy S3, according to Clove, has a different pin connection and therefore needs a different adapter.
Now, in addition to the traditional pin connection, Tekscan is offering a lower-cost termination method to enable OEM customers to utilize a low-profile connection such as a ZIF (zero insertion force) connector," he said.
Signs of distress include unusual sway, wear in the pin connection and rust stains on the surface area of the link-pin connection.
Your adapter card may have a 50 pin connection already for an internal device; you can only use this for an internal CD-RW if you are using an internal or external cable.
Tenders are invited for 2 Pin Connection Cord Hearing Aid And Telephone Coil Inductance Suitable For Body Level Hearing Aid
The product features a pin connection design that eliminates bolts and facilitates faster and simpler boom assembly in the field.
Figure I shows the switches' package outline and pin connection diagram.