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from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
 In electricity, said of a battery or group of generators connected positive terminal of the first to negative terminal of the second, and so on, so that the electromotive force of the group is the sum of the electromotive forces of the units and the resistance of the group is the sum of their resistances.
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Figure 88  Generator with seriesconnected conductor loops

When an adjustable current value is reached, the excitation elements respond and via the seriesconnected time element they give the delayed tripping command for the associated circuit breaker.

It contains 6 dry cells, seriesconnected in 3 groups of 2 cells each.
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BorgWarner's awardwinning, patented R2S® turbocharging technology employs two seriesconnected turbochargers to reach high pressure ratios with excellent overall system efficiency and fast response to changing engine loads, such as accelerating or climbing steep grades.

Solar radiation may not reach certain cells during certain parts of the day, reducing the available power from the seriesconnected string.

The charging / discharging of 100 seriesconnected cells must stop when any cell reaches its maximum or minimum allowable state of charge.

The building block is a group of 100 to 200 2.5 to 3. 9V, 4  to 40Ahr, seriesconnected cells.

An LTC6801 can monitor up to 12 seriesconnected battery cells for overvoltage and undervoltage conditions.

Using a 3channel, constantcurrent LED driver with two strings of six seriesconnected LEDs, the design configures the LED driver as a boost converter to generate 21V to 27V output voltage with a 12V power source.

3. 7V battery cell in a stack of 100 seriesconnected cells.
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