field wire

field wire

[′fēld ‚wīr]
(electricity)
An insulated flexible wire or cable used in field telephone and telegraph systems.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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You'll need a VOM (volt/ohm meter) to do a quick resistance check at the field terminal of the alternator, with the field wire disconnected.
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FIELD WIRE IS ROUGH AND TOUGH AND CAN TAKE QUITE A LICKING,
The right prop feathered as advertised, and my pilot flew a great single-engine landing, keeping the nose high as we caught the field wire. The gear did not collapse--no need to worry about ground looping.
Tie the connector to the inside of the reel rim with field wire or string.
You're puttin' the hurt on field wire. And, folks, the wire is sick and tired of it!