millisecond delay cap

millisecond delay cap

[′mil·ə‚sek·ənd di‚lā ‚kap]
(engineering)
A delay cap with an extremely short (20-500 thousandths of a second) interval between passing of current and explosion. Also known as short-delay detonator.
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