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busbar

[′bəs‚bär]
(electricity)
A heavy, rigid metallic conductor, usually uninsulated, used to carry a large current or to make a common connection between several circuits. Also known as bus.

busbar

A heavy, rigid electrical conductor (usually uninsulated copper or aluminum) which serves as an interconnection between power-handling devices (such as switches and circuit breakers) or as a common connection between several circuits.

busbar

busbar
Busbar with distribution points.
The main conductor in an electrical system linking all generators and/or batteries and distributing power to all operative branches. It is essentially a metallic bar used to carry a large current and to make common connections between several circuits. See also battery bus.
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Because of that HIOKI 3197 power analyser has been connected to the secondary busbar of the Tr-1 transformer and assessments have been carried out by using transformation parameters of the transformer.
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The Busbar Trunking System, also known as Busways, involves distribution of electrical power using set of copper/ aluminum bus bars enclosed in suitable box with high degree of protection against any ingress of foreign bodies.
In these cases the reactance may be required to be known for control purposes or to obtain busbar arrangements to give minimal or balanced reactances.
Because a finer mesh was used, the busbar area was printed thinner than the minimum required for good adhesion.
Further improvements relate to assembly and the cable enrty of busbar connection adaptors.