de-energize


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de-energize

(diːˈɛnəˌdʒaɪz) or

de-energise

vb
(Electrical Engineering) (tr) electrical engineering to disconnect (an electrical circuit) from its source
de-ˌenergiˈzation, de-ˌenergiˈsation n

de-energize


Past participle: de-energized
Gerund: de-energizing

Imperative
de-energize
de-energize
Present
I de-energize
you de-energize
he/she/it de-energizes
we de-energize
you de-energize
they de-energize
Preterite
I de-energized
you de-energized
he/she/it de-energized
we de-energized
you de-energized
they de-energized
Present Continuous
I am de-energizing
you are de-energizing
he/she/it is de-energizing
we are de-energizing
you are de-energizing
they are de-energizing
Present Perfect
I have de-energized
you have de-energized
he/she/it has de-energized
we have de-energized
you have de-energized
they have de-energized
Past Continuous
I was de-energizing
you were de-energizing
he/she/it was de-energizing
we were de-energizing
you were de-energizing
they were de-energizing
Past Perfect
I had de-energized
you had de-energized
he/she/it had de-energized
we had de-energized
you had de-energized
they had de-energized
Future
I will de-energize
you will de-energize
he/she/it will de-energize
we will de-energize
you will de-energize
they will de-energize
Future Perfect
I will have de-energized
you will have de-energized
he/she/it will have de-energized
we will have de-energized
you will have de-energized
they will have de-energized
Future Continuous
I will be de-energizing
you will be de-energizing
he/she/it will be de-energizing
we will be de-energizing
you will be de-energizing
they will be de-energizing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been de-energizing
you have been de-energizing
he/she/it has been de-energizing
we have been de-energizing
you have been de-energizing
they have been de-energizing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been de-energizing
you will have been de-energizing
he/she/it will have been de-energizing
we will have been de-energizing
you will have been de-energizing
they will have been de-energizing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been de-energizing
you had been de-energizing
he/she/it had been de-energizing
we had been de-energizing
you had been de-energizing
they had been de-energizing
Conditional
I would de-energize
you would de-energize
he/she/it would de-energize
we would de-energize
you would de-energize
they would de-energize
Past Conditional
I would have de-energized
you would have de-energized
he/she/it would have de-energized
we would have de-energized
you would have de-energized
they would have de-energized
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.de-energize - deprive of energy
weaken - lessen the strength of; "The fever weakened his body"
energize, perk up, energise, stimulate, arouse, brace - cause to be alert and energetic; "Coffee and tea stimulate me"; "This herbal infusion doesn't stimulate"
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Before working on equipment, always de-energize, lock and tag out the circuit with your lock and tag.
CAL FIRE requested that PG&E prepare to de-energize two transmission lines near the area of the fire burning in the Oakland Hills for firefighter safety.
Molex has introduced its Woodhead ArcArrest 30A Switch-Rated Connector System, designed to safely de-energize machinery, lighting and power distribution systems, the company said.
Predictable plug loads can be effectively managed with schedule timers, which apply user-programmed schedules to de-energize and energize the device to match its pattern of usage.
And the utility company has redesigned underground electrical networks in lower Manhattan to de-energize customers in flood zones during major flooding, while keeping customers on higher ground in service.
In turn, when a political opinion is "energized" and expressed in different levels of emotional energy by the public, political entities are compelled to respond in various ways: "They may attempt to de-energize public opinion, appropriate [it] as resources, further energize [it], or direct [it] into new directions" (p.
Early designs of double-ended tungsten halogen lamps without these safety features were used in the field for over 10 years, and a marking on the fixture required the user to de-energize the unit to reduce the likelihood of receiving an electrical shock.
Also, there are a lot of motor contactors in our process system, and if they de-energize due to a transient, they'll stay dropped out until there is intervention to bring them back on line," he continued.
If this signal goes out of range due to either a failed sensor or failed electronics, the switch will indicate a fault and the relay will de-energize.
De-energize electric power circuits before working near, inspecting, or making repairs.
Electric power is only required for a 1-2 second period to de-energize the magnets and facilitate removal of the molds.
Solenoid valves in the system de-energize, allowing the piston accumulator to discharge into the oil recovery vessel, along with any other pressurized oil in the system.