ground lead

ground lead

[′grau̇nd ‚lēd]
(metallurgy)
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Each model includes a portable digital controls section and a bonnet and is complete with an input line cord, interconnecting cables, and ground lead. The 120-kV model is specifically designed for ANSI/SIA A92.2 specification procedures for testing insulating booms on work platforms and bucket trucks.
With a color-coded offset ground lead identifying the hot side as red and the shielded side as black, the design of the 6283-C provides immediate distinction between ground and hot leads to minimize installation time and enhance connection accuracy.
In addition, the via holes must be in close proximity to the package ground leads, but they should not be located under a ground lead.
For instance, in this example, shortening the ground lead did the trick.
Includes:Power cord, Safety Ground Lead, RS-232 Null, USB interface, Comtrade Output,
Another level section of ground leads to a step stile, and we then head diagonally right up the next field where a stile and then a wooden gate take our route past Lumley House.
Ground leads should be the same gauge as the leads to main power or one gauge smaller.
Connect from cabinet to proper earth ground Ground leads should be the same gauge as the leads to main power or one gauge smaller.
"I ask them how many ground leads they have connected and they reply, 'Ground leads?'" On a logic analyzer -- small or large -- you must have good ground connections.
The BHB should realise that the art of negotiation is to end up with a deal that both parties are happy with; screwing the opposition into the ground leads only to long-term disaster.
But the stresses and strains of getting a fledgling commercial venture off the ground leads to their relationship floundering.