houdweg

English translation: holding circuit, holding path

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Dutch term or phrase:houdweg
English translation:holding circuit, holding path
Entered by: Arnaud Jacobs

11:27 Nov 24, 2008
Dutch to English translations [PRO]
Tech/Engineering - Transport / Transportation / Shipping / Train / terminology
Dutch term or phrase: houdweg
in the context of this paragraph:

"Een anker contact van WS brengt spanningsschakelaar Sa op (12). Sa onderbreekt de houdweg voor WS1 (13) waardoor deze afvalt. Bovendien schakelt Sa de fasen R, S, en T door (14). De wisselmotor loopt hierdoor als volgt aan:"

Thank you very much.
Arnaud Jacobs
Local time: 03:05
holding circuit, holding path
Explanation:
holding circuit = a circuit that keeps something (typically a relay) energised (in a particular position)

refs:

underthepier, southwold/control_circuits
A simple relay latching or holding circuit can also be useful. In the basic circuit (left) switching A on momentarily will energise the relay, ...
www.underthepier.com/02_howtocontrol.htm

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Ken Cox
Local time: 22:05
Grading comment
Thank you very much.


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holding circuit, holding path


Explanation:
holding circuit = a circuit that keeps something (typically a relay) energised (in a particular position)

refs:

underthepier, southwold/control_circuits
A simple relay latching or holding circuit can also be useful. In the basic circuit (left) switching A on momentarily will energise the relay, ...
www.underthepier.com/02_howtocontrol.htm



Ken Cox
Local time: 22:05
Native speaker of: Native in EnglishEnglish
PRO pts in category: 35
Grading comment
Thank you very much.


Peer comments on this answer (and responses from the answerer)
agree  René Knoop
1 hr

agree  Jack den Haan
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