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German term or phrase:Beilauflitze auflegen
English translation:connect drain wire
Entered by: Klaus Herrmann
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17:49 May 8, 2002
German to English translations [PRO]
Tech/Engineering - Electronics / Elect Eng / electrical
German term or phrase: Beilauflitze auflegen
I'm afraid I don't have much context. This is from part of a circuit diagram; overall context: motion control.

"Innerer und äußerer Schirm dürfen sich nicht berühren!

Beilauflitze des inneren Zentralschirms am Motorstecker auf PIN 2 auflegen, am BGE entweder auf PIN 16 (Stecker ST1) oder an PIN 2 (Stecker ST2) auflegen.

Beilauflitze des äußeren Zentralschirms nur am BGE entweder auf PIN 16 (Stecker ST1) oder an PIN 2 (Stecker ST2) auflegen.

**Beilauflitze mit Schrumfschlauch isoliert."

Any help with "Beilauflitze auflegen" much appreciated, and if anyone has a clue what BGE could mean here, I'd appreciate your input.

TIA, Beth
Beth Kantus
United States
Local time: 12:01
connect drain wire
Explanation:
Auflegen = to connect (electrician's and telco guy's term)
Beilauflitze = drain wire (an additional wire, usually to used to connect a shielding foil, e. g. a mylar foil, which in your case is the Zentralschirm).

Ref.: translated a lot of cable specs last year...

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Note added at 2002-05-08 18:03:47 (GMT)
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Sorry, as for BGE, I don\'t have a clue. A wild guess - Betriebsgeräte-Erdanschluß. Technically, it could make sense, but it\'s kind of far-fetched. On the other hand, it\'s long enough a word to occur in German circuit diagrams. Again, that\'s really a guess.

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Note added at 2002-05-08 18:11:09 (GMT)
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Sorry, Betriebsgeräte-Erdanschluß does not make sense. The text states the inner and outer must not touch. This clearly eliminates this guess. Meybe it\'s a connector or a device.

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Note added at 2002-05-09 11:10:29 (GMT)
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Given your context (motion control), this might be it: \'The BGE 2406 is a 1-quadrant controller designed for BG43 and BG63 brushless motors...\' (http://www.dunkermotoren.com/download/kataloge/2001/BG_E.PDF...
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Klaus Herrmann
Germany
Local time: 18:01
Grading comment
Perfect (Dunker motors are mentioned in the drawing somewhere) - this really helped. Thanks very much!
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connect drain wire


Explanation:
Auflegen = to connect (electrician's and telco guy's term)
Beilauflitze = drain wire (an additional wire, usually to used to connect a shielding foil, e. g. a mylar foil, which in your case is the Zentralschirm).

Ref.: translated a lot of cable specs last year...

--------------------------------------------------
Note added at 2002-05-08 18:03:47 (GMT)
--------------------------------------------------

Sorry, as for BGE, I don\'t have a clue. A wild guess - Betriebsgeräte-Erdanschluß. Technically, it could make sense, but it\'s kind of far-fetched. On the other hand, it\'s long enough a word to occur in German circuit diagrams. Again, that\'s really a guess.

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Note added at 2002-05-08 18:11:09 (GMT)
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Sorry, Betriebsgeräte-Erdanschluß does not make sense. The text states the inner and outer must not touch. This clearly eliminates this guess. Meybe it\'s a connector or a device.

--------------------------------------------------
Note added at 2002-05-09 11:10:29 (GMT)
--------------------------------------------------

Given your context (motion control), this might be it: \'The BGE 2406 is a 1-quadrant controller designed for BG43 and BG63 brushless motors...\' (http://www.dunkermotoren.com/download/kataloge/2001/BG_E.PDF...


    Reference: http://www.harcourt.com/dictionary/def/3/2/2/6/3226600.html
Klaus Herrmann
Germany
Local time: 18:01
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Native speaker of: Native in GermanGerman
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Grading comment
Perfect (Dunker motors are mentioned in the drawing somewhere) - this really helped. Thanks very much!

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