electrical center

electrical center

[ə′lek·trə·kəl ′sen·tər]
(electricity)
Point approximately midway between the ends of an inductor or resistor that divides the inductor or resistor into two equal electrical values.
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Bussmann Automotive Products has introduced its programmable Series 3200 Dual Vehicle Electrical Center (DVEC) that enables the use of complex circuit distribution with twice the component capacity of the existing Series 3100 VEC.
Since a coreless furnace is overfilled above the top of the power coil, there is more metal above the electrical center of the coil than below the electrical center of the coil.
It only records at the time of a crash because that's what we're interested in -- the crash dynamics and what we can do to improve both the product and the infrastructure, says Tom Mercer, a staff project engineer at the Electrical Center in GM's Technical Center in Warren, Mich.
The most popular current application is to use it as a sealed fuse pack for mini-fuses when fusing is required at locations remote from the main electrical center on the vehicle.
The "baseline" is a line connecting the electrical center of the two antennas, which are rigidly attached to each other.
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AFL will be responsible for the design and manufacturing of both wire harnesses and electrical centers for this program.
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Determination of the conditions of supply of electrical centers as listed in Annex I to the specific administrative clauses and establish the procedure for purchase through this agreement based on energy contracts.