misconnect

misconnect

(ˌmɪskəˈnɛkt)
vb (tr)
to connect badly or improperly
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There is little standardization in terms of motor wire color coding, terminology or orientation--with eight or more wires to connect from the motor it is very easy to misconnect to the drive causing erratic performance or damage.
Last year, we saw a lot of times when we would misconnect or disconnect.
7 Connects to patient and Labelled connections and/or breathing system without impossible to misconnect, e.
In addition to the control lock/control misconnect type of incident, however, recently I've heard an alarming number of reported control obstructions.
This misconnect has prompted the nonprofit to start a rebranding process that examines how the public picks up on the image of the mission.
Information overload causes a misconnect between planning and functioning.
In between those missed events--failed rituals--the couple misconnect with their chauffeur.
Utilization of flexible chipset technology provides a fully software configurable module--no need to set specific jumpers for specific physical layer configurations, no jumpers to lose, no jumpers to misconnect and no additional manuals required," adds Kairys.
ISO 80369-1:2010 was published to create a series of small-bore connectors that will not misconnect with traditional luers or other new ISO 80369 compliant connectors.
It was discovered that in certain situations, the parts could misconnect with luers.
But Martin Laursen somehow contrived to misconnect with two free headers in front of goal from Ashley Young crosses.
5bn annually because of misconnects and mishandled baggage, according to SITA, an IT provider that tracks baggage information for airlines and passengers in 220 countries and territories.