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- n. a source of power such as the mains or a generator
- n. that part of a piece of electronic apparatus that provides appropriate voltages for the rest of the electronics from the connected AC source
Sorry, no etymologies found.
The 220,000-volt towers came down at Pyramid Hill, near Kerang, just after 4pm (AEDT) yesterday, but power supply has not been affected.
It has a built in power supply that provides 2 mA of current at +18 VDC compliance to operate either a 10 mV/g or 100 mV/g IEPE accelerometer.
She did not like the idea of plugging into the ship’s power supply — it took an effort of will to make herself close the connection.