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14:44 May 20, 2001
Bulgarian to English translations [Non-PRO]
Bulgarian term or phrase: колекторен двигател
колекторен двигател
Peter Georgiev

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nacommutator motorjully
nacommutator motorSerge
nacommutator motor
Vidmantas Stilius



1 hr
commutator motor

Commutator motor featuring a compact construction, optimal cooling system, low noise level, extended service life. Extremely light-weight and easy to handel, allowing a most universal use.
Commutator motor 240, 230 or 110 Volt.
Double insulated according to protection class II, with integral thermal cut-out switch. Splash proof according to IP 44 (type F 417) or IP24 (type F 457).

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    Russian-English Polytechnic dictionary
Vidmantas Stilius
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Native speaker of: Native in LithuanianLithuanian
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1 day 9 hrs
commutator motor

колекторен двигател = коллекторный двигатель = commutator motor
(Lingvo 6.0)

DC commutator motor

AC commutator motor (universal AC/DC motor)

Hope it can help you.
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1 day 12 hrs
commutator motor

Above explanations are correct but source is available in Bulgarian, so no need to Russian-English translation.

See: Concise Bulgarian - English Polytechnical Dictionary. Publishing House "Technika", Sofia, 1990

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