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bus bar

n. Electricity
A conducting bar that carries heavy currents to supply several electric circuits.
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Molex recently introduced its Coeur CST high-current interconnect system (Figure 1), which is rated to handle 30 to 200 A of current, and offers a range of configurations to accommodate PCB, bus bar, and wire solutions.
The capacity of bus bar has been increased at three grid stations which were 132kV Gulshan Ravi, 132kV Sheikhupura, 132kV Nankana.
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"Triton has built a solid reputation providing high quality bus bar solutions to many leading manufacturers," said Tim Ruff, senior vice president of Molex.
With a compact design applicable to 1U size, the high current PS4 Series bus bar is available in 150-A and 300-A versions.
The team recently came to the rescue of the owners of the Stroud-based Big Red Bus Bar, who were struggling to find quality artificial grass that could be fitted inside the vehicle and used to create a stylish beer garden outside.
Each HVPV Module has an integrated output high voltage cable with shock-safe snap-together connector which connected to a bus bar on which each HVPV Module delivers its peak power.
The bus bar power losses in panelboards are produced by electric and electromagnetic power loss effects.
The tin-plated bus bar is applied using reels holding up to 380 mm of material, minimising downtime due to changeovers.
Designed as a low-cost interconnection between 2 perpendicular power bus bars, the dual-pole design allows for mating to a 2-pole laminated bus bar or double-sided power supply board tab, according to the company.
Loose bolts and washers can hold the bus bar against the circuit breakers, causing intermittent power loss and arcing.