pigtail splice

pigtail splice

[′pig‚tāl ¦splīs]
(electricity)
A splice made by twisting together the bared ends of parallel conductors.

pigtail splice

A type of connection made between two electric conductors; formed by placing the ends of the conductors side by side and then twisting the ends of the two conductors around one another.
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