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lead wire

[′lēd ‚wīr]
(engineering)
One of the heavy wires connecting a firing switch with the cap wires.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Caption: A strip of lead wire Wrapped to the hook Helped deliver the Goods to this bottom-hugging redfish.
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This state-of-the-art suppression filter can be inserted quickly into the chassis and connected by machine lead wire wrap without the use of solder.
They said a can with a lead wire was found at the site, and they believe an explosive had been planted.
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Of fundamental importance to the technology is the fiberglass-reinforced lead wire used as the grid material in the woven-mesh bipolar grids, says Electrosource president and CEO Benny Jay.
Mount hook in vise, then apply about a dozen wraps of lead wire around the shank.
Completely customizable, PANR Series devices are available in a variety of housings and lead wire gauges while providing fast response times and up to 4 kV of isolation voltage.
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