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HAND-HELD POWER TOOLS
SEPARATE POWER SOURCE
POWER SOURCE 58
NEARBY POWER SOURCE
COMPUTER
HEATED
DRAW
RELAY
COVER
PROPULSION
CABLES
ENGINES
STEAM
PATH
CURIUM
PLUTONIUM
ELECTRICAL ENERGY
EARTH
INNER CORE
STEP BACK
BACK
NORMAL SIZE
ELECTRICITY
SOLAR POWER
MEDICAL DEVICES
NUCLEAR BOMB
LITTLE BOY
DIPAN
ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
PACEMAKER
DEVICE
THREE ELEMENTS
PROPELLANT
WATER
EPISODE
MEGATRON
ELECTRICAL
NUCLEAR POWER
ENERGY
BATTERY
POWER
NUCLEON
ALTERNATIVE FUEL
POWER SOURCE
Review of Short Phrases and Links

    This Review contains major "Power Source"- related terms, short phrases and links grouped together in the form of Encyclopedia article.

Definitions

  1. Power source is rechargeable batteries.
  2. The power source is the heat produced by a controlled nuclear fission chain reaction, either of uranium or plutonium.
  3. This power source is sometimes called "emergency or auxiliary power." BAUD A unit of signaling speed.
  4. The other power source was a series of spacecraft batteries that would not last the eight day mission without a recharge.

Hand-Held Power Tools

  1. Hand-held power tools that use internal combustion as a power source are known. (Web site)

Separate Power Source

  1. Power over Ethernet enables remote devices (such as VoIP phones or Wireless Access Points) to operate without a separate power source.

Power Source 58

  1. It is preferable that power source 58 is a RF source for providing energy to indicium 10 when the latter is in the proximity of meter 50. (Web site)

Nearby Power Source

  1. PoE is the ability to provide power to a PoE-enabled device via an 8-pin CAT 5 Ethernet cable, eliminating the need for a nearby power source.

Computer

  1. Panasonic's cameras are attached through an Ethernet connection (or router) and power source, you don't need a computer at each location you want monitored. (Web site)

Heated

  1. Alternatively, a chemically inert reaction mass can be heated using a high-energy power source via a heat exchanger, and then no combustion chamber is used. (Web site)

Draw

  1. Four brand-new character classes, one for each of the game's tactical roles, draw on the Mutant power source.

Relay

  1. When no train is present, the relay is energised by the current flowing from the power source through the rails.
  2. Just a relay with 2x500 ohm coils was uased for both current limiting and the coils between the line wires and the power source.

Cover

  1. After the electrophoresis is completed, turn off the power, unplug the power source, disconnect the leads and remove the cover. (Web site)

Propulsion

  1. A hybrid locomotive is a Locomotive that uses an on-board rechargeable energy storage system (RESS) and a fuelled power source for propulsion. (Web site)
  2. Nuclear propulsion includes a wide variety of propulsion methods that use some form of nuclear reaction as their primary power source. (Web site)

Cables

  1. Cable transport refers to the broad class of transport modes that rely on vehicles pulled by cables, rather than having an internal power source.

Engines

  1. In some engines, the manifold vacuum is also used as an auxiliary power source to drive engine accessories. (Web site)

Steam

  1. With the development of the steam engine in 1769, coal came into more common use as a power source.
  2. Rudolf Diesel intended his engine to replace the steam engine as the primary power source for industry.

Path

  1. A CMOS circuit is created to allow a path always to exist from the output to either the power source or ground. (Web site)

Curium

  1. This suggests use for curium as a power source.

Plutonium

  1. Plutonium, for example, is used in the manufacture of nuclear weapons and as the power source in nuclear power plants.

Electrical Energy

  1. Electrical energy is generated in a power source disposed inside the hollow superconductive shield. (Web site)

Earth

  1. Scientists are trying to go one better and bring nuclear fusion, the power source of the sun and stars, down to earth.

Inner Core

  1. The inner core should have a length of metal foil inserted into it connected to one side of the power source. (Web site)

Step Back

  1. A step back from antimatter is fusion, the power source of the future for the last five decades.

Back

  1. Barring that, power cycle the router by unplugging it's power source for 2 minutes and plugging it back in.

Normal Size

  1. Mysterio increases his size to fifty feet, and Spider-Man must destroy his power source to return the villain to his normal size.

Electricity

  1. A central air conditioning system uses electricity as its power source.

Solar Power

  1. Solar power is used for missions to the inner planets, but at distances beyond Earth's orbit the sun's energy is too weak to be used as a power source. (Web site)

Medical Devices

  1. From the perspective of electrical engineering, the power source of equipment is an important issue for the majority of medical devices. (Web site)

Nuclear Bomb

  1. The use of a nuclear bomb to ignite a fusion reaction makes the concept less than useful as a power source.

Little Boy

  1. In the anime, Kikaida 01 this little boy was 'made' in order to be some sort of tool for Gill's Armageddon Lord (in fact, he appears to be the power source).

Dipan

  1. Using the time machine in Dipan, he traveled to the past, stole Silmeria's soul, and used her as a power source to defeat Odin and absorb the god's powers. (Web site)

Electrical System

  1. The electrical system of your heart is the power source that makes this possible. (Web site)

Pacemaker

  1. The pacemaker generator is a hermetically sealed device containing a power source and the computer logic for the pacemaker. (Web site)

Device

  1. A device connected between a computer or another piece of electronic equipment and a power source, such as an electrical outlet.
  2. Hardware interfaces are the cables that connect the device to its power source and to other devices.
  3. The device contains an image intensifier tube assembly with an integrated high voltage power source and the three volt battery housing.

Three Elements

  1. Three elements make up a central air conditioning system with electricity as its power source.

Propellant

  1. An antimatter weapon is a hypothetical device using antimatter as a power source, a propellant, or an explosive for a weapon.

Water

  1. The theory of seafloor spreading is only focusing on the movements under water, and the theory still cannot find the evidence of the power source. (Web site)

Episode

  1. In the episode "The God Gambit" Cosmos collected data in space on a potential new power source, but was attacked by Astrotrain, Thrust and Starscream.
  2. The Dodecahedron was the mysterious power source for an underground city in the Doctor Who episode " Meglos " (1980). (Web site)

Megatron

  1. Megatron can use his internal circuitry to connect the cannon interdimensionally with a black hole, where it can draw on anti-matter as its power source. (Web site)
  2. All Megatron needed was a power source for the engines, which he believed could be found within the Matrix of Leadership.

Electrical

  1. They connect this equipment to the ductwork, refrigerant lines, and electrical power source. (Web site)
  2. Circuit - The path of electrical flow from a power source through an outlet and back to ground. (Web site)

Nuclear Power

  1. This is different than most science fiction settings that use some form of nuclear power or even more obscure or invented power source. (Web site)

Energy

  1. Thermal rockets are rockets where the propellant is inert, but is heated by a power source such as solar or nuclear power or beamed energy. (Web site)
  2. In theory, a turbocharger is more efficient because it is using the "wasted" energy in the exhaust stream for its power source. (Web site)
  3. Technically speaking it was not a completely isolated biosphere as it pulled energy from a nearby power source and dried meat was imported into the facility.

Battery

  1. However, volatile memory can retain its data when the computer is shut down if it has a separate power source, usually a battery.
  2. The CMOS (Complementary Metal Oxide Semiconductor) battery is an auxiliary power source in your IBM laptop.

Power

  1. A major disadvantage of this type of power source is that the satellite has no power when it is in ECLIPSE (not in view of the sun). (Web site)
  2. If the satellite is used half the time, then the power source need only be sized to provide half the power. (Web site)
  3. Reduce costs by using existing CAT5 cable to deliver both power and data where power source is difficult to obtain.

Nucleon

  1. For the fiction al power source used in the Transformers Universes, see Nucleon (Transformers). (Web site)
  2. For the fictional power source used in the Transformers Universes, see Nucleon (Power Source). (Web site)
  3. For the fictional power source used in the Transformers Universes, see Nucleon (Transformers).

Alternative Fuel

  1. Other uses include as a lifting gas, as an alternative fuel (see Hydrogen economy), and more recently as a power source in fuel cell s. (Web site)

Power Source

  1. Electric Circuit - The path followed by electrons from a power source (generator or battery), through an electrical system, and returning to the source. (Web site)
  2. The element is used in ammonia production, as a lifting gas, as an alternative fuel, and more recently as a power source of fuel cells. (Web site)
  3. Other uses include as a lifting gas, as an alternative fuel (see Hydrogen economy), and more recently as a power source in fuel cells. (Web site)

Categories

  1. Electrical System
  2. Alternative Fuel
  3. Nuclear Power
  4. Fuel Cells
  5. Nucleon
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