junction box


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junction box

n.
An enclosure within which electric circuits are connected.

junction box

n
(Electronics) an earthed enclosure within which wires or cables can be safely connected
Translations

junction box

n (Elec) → Verteilerkasten m, → Kabelkasten m
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