cutout


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cutout

[′kət‚au̇t]
(electricity)
Pairs brought out of a cable and terminated at some place other than at the end of the cable.
An electrical device that is used to interrupt the flow of current through any particular apparatus or instrument, either automatically or manually. Also known as electric cutout.
(geology)

cutout

1. Any opening in a masonry, metal, grating, or wood surface, as an opening in a doorframe to receive door hardware.
2. A piece of material stamped out of sheet metal or other sheet material.
3. A circuit breaker or valve for breaking an electrical or piping connection.
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