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lead wire

[′lēd ‚wīr]
(engineering)
One of the heavy wires connecting a firing switch with the cap wires.
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The company said EKGs assess the electrical activity of an individual's heart and traditionally require a trained professional to place a complicated system of ten electrodes and ten corresponding lead wires in a specific configuration on an individual's chest to obtain an EKG tracing.
Push the foam sphere over the eye of the hook and twist it over the wraps of lead wire.
Attachment of contaminated lead wires to a new patient can result in colonization and ultimately in invasive infection by multiresistant nosocomial microorganisms.
Additional features include RTD lead wire compensation, an open input wire warning signal, 10 ft.
Operating temperature is 0[degrees]F to 104[degrees]F ambient, and comes with standard 24-inch lead wire.
They said a can with a lead wire was found at the site, and they believe an explosive had been planted.
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.
Wire-Free Temperature Measurement in Liquid Metals with WiNite[TM] is a portable system that eliminates the requirement for lead wire between the lance and the measuring instrument, allowing the operator to safely take an immersion temperature where and when needed.
For OEMS, Macro Sensors can design and produce special PR 750 LVDTs with different lead wire colors, exit points, configurations, connectors as well as for higher temperature operation.
Available options include number and location of sensing elements, over and under oxide coatings, vacuum feed-throughs, lead wire termination styles and instrumentation.