busbar (plural busbars)

  1. An electrical conductor that carries a large current, especially one that is part of a power distribution system; typically a thick strip, or a tube, of copper or aluminium.
  • French: jeu de barres, barre omnibus
  • German: Sammelschiene
  • Russian: ши́на
  • Spanish: embarrado, barraje, barra colectora

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