busbar

[n] - an electrical conductor that makes a common connection between several circuits
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Busbar

Copper bar or section used for carrying heavy currents, generally rigid when compared to cables. See also: Copper.
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busbar

noun an electrical conductor that makes a common connection between several circuits; `the busbar in this computer can transmit data either way between any two components of the system`
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busbar

low-impedance conductor to which several electric circuits can be connected at separate points NOTE - In many cases, the busbar consists of a bar.
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busbar

a low impedance conductor to which several electric circuits can be separately connected
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Busbar

A rigid or flexible electrical connection for conveying heavy current to a furnace, aluminium smelting cell or electro refinery. Usually made of copper or aluminium.
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Busbar

In electrical power distribution, a busbar (also spelled bus bar, or sometimes as buss bar or bussbar, with the term bus being a contraction of the Latin omnibus, `for all`) is a strip or bar of copper, brass or aluminium that conducts electricity within a switchboard, distribution board, substation, battery bank, or other electrical apparatus. .....
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Busbar

A rigid or flexible electrical connection for conveying heavy current to a furnace, aluminium smelting cell or electro refinery. Usually made of copper or aluminium.
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Busbar

The power conduit of an electric power plant; the starting point of the electric transmission system.
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