banana plug


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banana plug

[bə′nan·ə ‚pləg]
(electricity)
A plug having a spring-metal tip shaped like a banana and used on test leads or as terminals for plug-in components.
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The unit also features new rounded front-panel styling, A/ B speaker switching, onscreen display as well as large front-panel fluorescent display with DSP program character display, two-way binding type speaker terminals which will accept banana plugs or audiophile gauge cable, and a learning-capable remote control.
The test leads, pin plugs, banana plugs and shrink tubing seems go together to replace worn out test leads.
The posts are spaced so that one may use dual banana plugs.
Five Input and Output rings connect the micro:bit directly to other devices using crocodile clips or 4mm banana plugs, and send commands back and forth
The speaker leads were terminated with dual banana plugs at the receiver's outputs.
Limited Tenders are invited for 1)Multimedia Leads Set For Fluke Make Multimeter Model 87 V,With Banana Plugs & Comfort Grip Probe.
It has switch-selectable ranges, and it is terminated with safety shrouded banana plugs on 5' leads, making it IP-compatible with most multi-meters.
25 red LEDs light them up, flash messages, create games, and invent digital stories, Two programmable buttons associate them with an action and interact with your projects, On-board motion detector just like a smartphone; the BBC micro:bit can react to shakes, tilts, and even drops, A built-in compass sense which direction youre facing and your movement in degrees, Bluetooth Smart Technology and Low Energy connect to the internet and the world around you, whether thats other BBC micro:bits, phones, cameras, or tablets to code on the go or take selfies, Five Input and Output rings connect the BBC micro:bit directly to other devices using crocodile clips, or 4mm banana plugs, and send commands back and forth