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energized

[′en·ər‚jīzd]
(electricity)
Electrically connected to a voltage source. Also known as alive; hot; live.

energized

Connected to a source of voltage.
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* Ground exposed parts of fixed equipment that could become energized.
One of these - toward long-term, serious, earnest, realistic political progressivism - proved anemic when not informed and energized by more atavistic utopian urges.
Energized on March 22 was a 100-MVAR capacitor bank in its San Jose substation.
Titilola Adedeji, said the forum was used as a platform to educate participants at the event to always stay energized while driving.
KARACHI -- As many as six pole mounted transformers (PMTs) have been installed and energized in the metropolis.
But according to Uy, given the number of households yet to be energized, the government faces a daunting task of ensuring that the benefit of electricity reaches every household.
Dettol Re-energize is another offering from Dettol that I am confident would not only provide the Dettol's trusted protection from germs to its users but also keep them refreshed and energized everyday."
They are never authorized for use in live or energized equipment, or to test for the presence of voltages in a circuit.
It then drops the voltage and current and reduces power consumption to 1/9 of the original value to hold the valve in its energized mode, thereby reducing heat generation.
"You know these children are going to have serious problems achieving, and the learning gap widens as they get older." With a year-round calendar, he says, "The kids feel less ground down, and the teachers feel more effective and energized."
The CoolCube solenoid control module offers OEM instrument designers a reliable "hit and hold" circuit without generating the excessive heat that typically results from solenoid valves or pumps being left "energized" It simply attaches between the valve and the power supply to provide a "step down" function that drops the voltage while maintaining the power required to keep the valve open or closed for an indefinite period of time.