igniter cord

igniter cord

[ig′nīd·ər ‚kōrd]
(engineering)
A cord which passes an intense flame along its length at a uniform rate to light safety fuses in succession.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Other items included push-button switches, igniter cord, battery connectors and cables - all of which can be used to make bombs.
Bischof, a pyrotechnician with Entertainment Fireworks Inc., remembered a similar experience: A pyrotechnician doing a show in the Tacoma area decided he wanted to witness the action he was orchestrating, so he rigged everything to an igniter cord so he could stand back and watch.