multiple winding

multiple winding

[′məl·tə·pəl ′wīnd·iŋ]
(electricity)
A winding composed of several circuits connected in parallel.
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Multiple winding of the sensing fiber on the tubing significantly improved the sensor sensitivity and allowed the detection of L- and F-mode cylindrical waves.
They feature a modular design to promote customization with cables, shaft-mounted pulleys and gears, ball bearings, multiple winding, optical encoders and planetary gearheads.
Standard North American Industrial Industrial Classification Classification Description Code Code Surge Arresters 3643 335931 Current and 3612 335311 Voltage Transformers Disconnect 3613 335313 Switches Sutotransformers 3612 335311 Power Transformers 3612 335311 (multiple winding type) Insulator Assemblies 3264/3644 327113/335932 for transmission lines (porcelain and polymer type) Stacking Post Insulators 3264 3327113 ABOUT THE AUTHOR
One approach I've heard of is that you take a single actuator and you might have multiple windings in that actuator.
A modular motor design enables easy customization with cables, shaft-mounted pulleys and gears, ball bearings, multiple windings, optical encoders, planetary gearheads, and other component options to satisfy application requirements.
The alternator has multiple windings and can provide welding power while running other tools off the three-phase or single-phase power.
While conventional transformer technology utilizes a single core with multiple windings to achieve a voltage step-down ratio, Flat Transformer technology uses multiple cores with single windings.
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