return wire

return wire

[ri′tərn ‚wīr]
(electricity)
The ground wire, common wire, or negative wire of a direct-current power circuit.
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If absent, please return wire to Sir Henry Baskerville, Northumberland Hotel.
It also eliminates the return wire connecting the last node of the network to the first.
105 (7481 km) to existing line separation before Wiedlisbach station (km 10,061, Mast 38) is a new return wire rope Cu150mm2 mounted.
If you have a car frame, you can eliminate the wire returning to the low voltage terminal by grounding the return wire to the frame, and allowing the current to flow through the steel metal of the frame.
An ancillary conductor train will install the earthing wires, return wires and small parts such as registration arms and other equipment.
The other (COM) terminal of the surge generator was connected, using 4 long insulated return wires, to 4 auxiliary vertical ground electrodes buried at some distance (10-20 m) behind the station fence (Fig.