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power pack

n.
A usually compact, portable device that converts supply current to direct or alternating current as required by specific equipment.

power pack

n
(Electrical Engineering) a device for converting the current from a supply into direct or alternating current at the voltage required by a particular electrical or electronic device

pow′er pack`


n.
a device for converting the voltage from a power line or battery to the various voltages required by the components of an electronic circuit.
[1935–40]
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Noun1.power pack - a device for converting a power supply to a voltage required by particular equipment
electrical converter - converter that converts alternating current into direct current or vice versa
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