common battery


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common battery

[¦käm·ən ¦bäd·ə·rē]
(communications)
System of current supply where all direct current energy for a unit of a telephone system is supplied by one source in a central office or exchange.
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The System Shall Having One Primary And One Secondary Ups Each Of 01 Kva Capacity With Common Battery Bank.
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