corona wire


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corona wire

[kə′rō·nə ‚wīr]
(graphic arts)
An electrically charged wire in a laser printer that pulls toner from the drum onto the paper.
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corona wire

A charged wire in a laser printer that draws the toner off the drum onto the paper. It must be cleaned when the toner cartridge is replaced.
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Results of digital computation of charge density and (areal) current density on the surface of corona wire are given in Table 3.