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  • noun Plural form of overcurrent.

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  • All the energies of life flow through those who are open to its many forms—undercurrents of earth and overcurrents of sky, bioelectric fields of plants and animals, magnetically charged attractions of intimacy and relationship, and even the danced opposites of the sacred and profane.

    The Bushman Way of Tracking God

  • The various electrotechnical installations require different breaking factors for overcurrents or short circuits.

    8. Protective, control and supervisory systems as important additional equipment for power installations

  • These relays are designed for undelayed tripping of switches in the event of overcurrents caused by overload or short circuits.

    8. Protective, control and supervisory systems as important additional equipment for power installations

  • This relay, for example RSf5, has been designed for the undelayed tripping of switches in case of overcurrents caused by overload or short circuit.

    4. Relays and control devices

  • Since reverse currents are smaller than overcurrents, the holding magnet is premagnetised by a polarising coil.

    3. Low-voltage circuit breakers

  • Since the amount of the overcurrents during the closing/opening cycle depends mainly on the inductance of the circuit. on-load switches are only to be used in circuits with a power factor greater than 0.7.

    3. Low-voltage circuit breakers

  • These high-speed switches are manufactured as single-pole d.c. protective switches for all d.c. installations as a protection against overcurrents, short circuits and reverse currents.

    3. Low-voltage circuit breakers

  • Tea Party speaker gay-baits Lindsey Graham - The story itself is par for the course; there's nothing surprising about the ugly undercurrents (and overcurrents) of bigtory in the Tea Party.

    Lakeshore

  • Tea Party speaker gay-baits Lindsey Graham - The story itself is par for the course; there's nothing surprising about the ugly undercurrents (and overcurrents) of bigtory in the Tea Party.

    Lakeshore

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