plug-in unit

plug-in unit

[′pləg·in ‚yü·nət]
(electricity)
A component or subassembly having plug-in terminals so all connections can be made simultaneously by pushing the unit into a suitable socket.
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* If you want a plug-in unit, get one that has two lines of synthetic monofilament string with a cutting area 15 to 16 inches in diameter.
Plug-in units. Running on the standard 120-volt current, these are usually more powerful and less expensive than battery-operated models.