electrical contact


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Noun1.electrical contact - contact that allows current to pass from one conductor to another
tangency, contact - (electronics) a junction where things (as two electrical conductors) touch or are in physical contact; "they forget to solder the contacts"
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The utility also categorically condemns the illegal abstraction of power, including the use of kundas, as this is the leading cause of electrical contact incidents during monsoon.
"The fire brook out in the caravan as a result of electrical contact, and the civil defense teams managed to control the fire and prevent its spread after it caused only material damage," Civil Defense Director Brigadier Tahseen Ali Sari told the National Iraqi News Agency (NINA).
"This ambitious strategic step forward by Hindustan Platinum to a higher scale is expected to have a great deal of synergy from the enhanced competitive positioning in terms of geographical footprint, customer base and range of solutions for electrical contact industry that will be available from both the facilities," said Executive Vice President Ashish Choksi.
The carmaker says cleaning products and cosmetics containing silicone can emit a gas that can seep into the brake lamp switch and cut off the electrical contact. This could result in the brake lights not working, which could lead to rear-end collisions.
The FR additive package is said to exhibit low corrosion for improved electrical contact performance.
As per the diagrams, the expanding port would only have one side for electrical contact points to transmit a current to the headphones.
A supplier's manufacturing error omitted required welds from electrical contact pins within the unit, potentially leading to a gradual increase in contact resistance over time.
(Head office: Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo; Representative Director & CEO: Akira Tanae) has successfully developed CDF-10, a cadmium-free electrical contact material used primarily in vehicles and smartphones with improved sliding wear resistance*1 compared to existing products.
The nanorod sheet was then placed between two electrical contact sheets.
With Rittal's new CP 60/120/180 support arm system all the rotating elements have so-called sliding contacts to ensure a reliable electrical contact throughout the entire system.
Every pair contains black plugs made from a custom formulated carbon and rubber compound that sit under a weight-bearing part of the feet, ensuring electrical contact between the ground and your body.

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