disconnector
Noun

disconnector (plural disconnectors)

  1. (electrical engineering) A switching device used to open an electric circuit when there is no current through it. They are used to isolate a part of an electrical system to allow the maintenance staff a safe access to it.
Translations
  • German: Trennschalter, Trenner
  • Spanish: desconector



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