terminal pair

terminal pair

[′tər·mən·əl ′per]
(electricity)
An associated pair of accessible terminals, such as the input or output terminals of a device or network.
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DELTA] are simple normal crossing divisors on Y and that a(E, X, [DELTA]) > -1 for every f-exceptional divisor E, then (X, [DELTA]) is called a divisorial log terminal pair.
A finite etale morphism between kawamata log terminal pairs of log general type induces a natural finite etale cover of their log canonical models in any dimension.
Let (X, [DELTA]) be a projective kawamata log terminal pair.
By taking a suitable crepant pull-back, we may further assume that the pair (X, [DELTA]) is a Q-factorial terminal pair.
5 sqmm, no of wires: 4 wires( red,white,white,yellow colors) tinned copper,zhfr/lszh,pin type lugged,connector:elmex ps8 m plug-socket terminal pair (4 way) at one end only,accessory:clamp for mounting the connector on ts35 din rail;in following lengths 1.
Heizwasserverteiler for 9 terminal pairs with 3 rule groups, about 3 700 meters heating wires threaded tube black DN 10-100, approximately 90 m air cold water bongs Black DN 50, Ca.
F, Safety : Complies with the requirements of EN61010-1 100V CAT IV between terminal pairs.