from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. subjected to or capable of operating under relative low voltage, usually considered as no greater than 250 volts. Contrasted with
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- adj. subjected to or capable of operating under relative low voltage
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Switzerland's ABB will pay $3.9 billion in cash for Thomas & Betts to increase its exposure to the U.S. market for low-voltage electrical equipment.
ZURICH—Switzerland's ABB Ltd on Monday said it has agreed to pay $3.9 billion in cash for Thomas & Betts Corp. to increase its exposure to the U.S. low-voltage electrical equipment market.
ABB's management is confident it can derive revenue benefits from selling its products through T&B's 6,000 distribution centers across North America, with T&B selling its low-voltage products to Europe and Asia through ABB.
Switzerland's ABB Ltd. said Monday it agreed to pay $3.9 billion in cash for Thomas & Betts to increase its exposure to the U.S. low-voltage electrical-equipment market.
One is Sage Electrochromics Inc. of Faribault, Minn., whose product consists of clear panes that morph to a grayish-blue tint when a user flips a switch to send a low-voltage current across the window.
The mixture of ceramic metal halide, compact fluorescent and low-voltage bulbs is more flattering, Ms. Dorfman says.
But the low-voltage distribution networks are mostly "blind" and only have information on how power is consumed on a small scale from sample surveys.
But growth in ABB's early-cycle businesses, which includes low-voltage products such as circuit breakers and switches, slowed during the quarter, partly because of comparisons with strong increases last year, as well as weaker demand in some industry sectors, Mr. Hogan said.
I'm a current (low-voltage, though) English teacher, and my one book sells by the mere dozens.
Clever device but just like we will no longer be able to use incandescent bulbs, soon we may be told we can only use low-voltage devices or be limited to a certain amount of kw/day. some guy
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