electric connector

electric connector

[i¦lek·trik kə′nek·tər]
(electricity)
A device that joins electric conductors mechanically and electrically to other conductors and to the terminals of apparatus and equipment.
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The electric connector is ingeniously hidden behind the four Augsburg circles.
In the improved version of the device the upper electric connector in the hood is replaced with a sealed, quartz translucent visualization port, where a video CCD camera is fitted, while the igniter itself is re-located to the fourth lateral position within the enlarged flange from the middle body of the combustor, now free.
Prior to joining the Wolverine, Horowitz served as Corporate Vice President and President of the Americas of AMP Incorporated (AMP), a high technology electric connector and interconnection systems company.
Subsequently, the TUV required design changes, primarily in the materials used and the electric connector of the battery casings.
It also provides an additional sealing function for the sealed seam of the pouch, equalizes thickness tolerances of the cells, and provides additional mechanical fixing for electric connectors.
The Jonesboro plant, which manufactures electric fitting and pipes and electric connectors, already has hired 50 workers as a result of adding product: lines, said manager Al Collins.
firm said it is demanding compensation as well as suspension of the production and sales of Furukawa's copper alloy products designed for electric connectors.
The Jonesboro plant, which employs about 250 workers, will continue to manufacture electric fitting and pipes and electric connectors.
Those included a problem with electric connectors in the fuel tank, locking brakes, flight software problems, an engine problem and a fuel leak.
IEC TC48 is tasked with the standardization of telecommunications and other electric connectors, connecting devices, and mechanical structures (mechanical housings for connectors, printed circuit boards, and backbone assemblies).