ground bus

ground bus

A bus to which grounds, 3 from individual pieces of equipment are connected; the bus, in turn, is connected to the ground at one or more points.
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This paper is mainly aimed at under the single-point rail transit operation interruption condition how to use the ground bus system to evacuate the passenger site.
3:21 p.m.: Taylor Road, stolen copper ground bus bars.
ASCO offers the 7000 series generator paralleling control switchgear in 115 to 600 V configurations with a three-phase, four-wire, 100% neutral, 25% copper ground Bus. It is operational in 50 or 60 Hz and is UL 1558 compatible.
Ground Loop A current loop created when a signal source and a signal measurement device are grounded at two separate points on a ground bus through which noise currents flow.
The facility will also feature solid cement floors without drains, explosion-proof lighting, spark-resistant and chemical-resistant cement floor covering, a high-volume water sprinkler system, a ground bus and roll-up and manmade doors grounded to the ground bus.
If more than a 1/2 volt of noise gets into the ground bus, it will disrupt system operations.