bus cable

bus cable

[′bəs ‚kā·bəl]
(electronics)
An electrical conductor that can be attached to a bus to extend it outside the computer housing or join it to another bus within the same computer.
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It struck the pavement, smashed a Post Office pillar box, hit a trolley bus cable standard, bending it to an acute angle, and came to rest against the wall of a front garden.
The cam synchronizing axles allow the attachment of a split bus cable to both the top and bottom cams, which does two things.
3) The two (2) transverse branches that where actually included in the measured channel between transmission ([T.sub.x]) and reception ([R.sub.x]) were coupled at the aforesaid positions x[1] = 5 m and x[2] = 13 m in parallel, i.e., Conductor 1 of the branch cable with Conductor 1 of the cable connecting [T.sub.x] with [R.sub.x] (the bus cable), Conductor 2 of the branch cable with Conductor 2 of the bus cable and so on.
Data from up to 12 sensors can be transmitted simultaneously via one bus cable, and there are standard sampling rates at 20kHz, 100kHz and 1 MHz.
* The LXI Wired Trigger Bus Cable and Terminator Specification describes how cables and terminators are implemented and how they are tested for systems that use the wired trigger bus (WTB).
The Model 9043 rack also includes a Power/Control Bus Cable to interconnect all the switch modules in that rack.
Additional dosing units can be connected with a simple CAN bus cable. Internal magnets attach the dosing units to the main unit, helping maintain compactness.
LAPP'S Unitronic bus cable range offers the direct benefit of allowing the distribution of data much closer to (or even into) field devices, as well as reduced hard wiring, start-up time and downtime.
The precision machined aluminum Force One cam and idler wheel are perfectly matched to the 14-strand DynaFLIGHT 97 string and bus cable. Draw lengths range from 28-30 inches, with a peak draw weight of 70 pounds.
The IEEE 1394 bus sends data between various nodes on pairs of wires within the bus cable. The signaling technique used is called differential signaling; this type of signaling is very resistant to the influences of outside electrical noise.
The vehicle bus cable carries the vehicle network data to the EngineLink module where the data is assigned among the analog output channels.
This width creates stability, reduces cam lean and enhances accuracy; One of the more unique aspects of this; system is the use of a split bus cable both top and bottom, made possible by the CSA, and the resultant ability to tune an arrow to perfect center.