rotor plate

rotor plate

[′rōd·ər ‚plāt]
(electricity)
One of the rotating plates of a variable capacitor, usually directly connected to the metal frame.
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The Bopper features an optional manual rotor plate design that allows the operator to load, press in the insert and unload simultaneously by simply indexing the rotor plate to the next indent.
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The Bopper features a manual rotor plate design that allows the operator to load, press in the insert and unload simultaneously by simply indexing the rotor plate to the next indent.