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English to French translations [PRO] Tech/Engineering - Electronics / Elect Eng / motor control smart system
English term or phrase:drawer
Motor Starter Type - Full-voltage non-reversing starter
The typical full-voltage non-reversing starter type is a full voltage or across the line non-reversing starter. Before the motor can be turned ON the **drawer** ready switch must be active.
If the drawer supervision is enabled, as shown below the **drawer** supervision hardwire input must switch” the following must be done:...
Il s agit de la documentation technique d un système industriel de contrôle moteur. On y trouve le mot **drawer**, je n'arrive pas à déterminer son sens. Pourriez-vous m'aider? Merci beaucoup.
The link is broken. Can you please cite the relevant part?
I also considered a "tiroir", but could not figure out, what such drawer would serve for. I am still sceptical about this interpretation. Consider the additional context: Drawer position: Operate. How should this be achieved with a simple drawer, if it has no electrical function? And please explain "MCC"! perhaps a acronym for Motor Control Center.
I read the context again and assume that the "drawer ready switch" may be a device enabling the power supply to the motor. The "drawer" may be the machinery driven by the electrical motor. The question is the type of machinery we are dealing with in order to denominate the switch.
1) This elegctrical control gear is being used (possibly in 'cellules') which can have modules that are 'débrochable' — usually referred to, I believe, as 'withdrawable'; these could be likened to a kind of drawer, I suppose, although I've not personally enqountered that term used with them.
However, it is difficult to see really why it would be important to have some kind of electrical safety interlock preventing the motor from being started if one of these modules were withdrawn — in any case, they usually have their own safety interlocks of various kinds.
2) The 'drawer' is some extermal machine that is going to be driven by this motor — this would make more sense in terms of the electrical interlock (you wouldn't want the motor to start unless the thing it was driving was ready! But this implies that this is some specific system, rather than a general situation — again, this is important context we are missing! Even if you do not know WHAT the system is, you may know if there is a specific one or not?
In any event, you probably have no choice but to ask the customer!
And it does say "as shown below"??
Thank you Tony for your comment.
It is a MOTOR MANAGEMENT SYSTEM – INSTRUCTION MANUAL, so it does not provide details on industrial applications, but on system configuration, installation, etc.
I think it's a sensor or relay with a particular function.
I see you have asked the same question again, and my answer to you is the same as before:
I think the sense here is very much going to be determined by the context, which by and large we don't have.
What sort of machine / installation is this on? Does it use some mechanism for 'drawing' something (in)? This could be something iike a steel mill or wire works, where the 'drawing' is some form of 'étirage', for example...
Without this extra context, I think it's mainly a guessing game; unless someone with the right specialist knowledge comes along who is able to guess the context.
Now with this tiny bit of extra context, we have confirmation that this is some kind of physical 'drawer' — but without the wider context, we still can't tell what TYPE of drawer, and hence, how to translate it properly.
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labelling: drawer (i.e. gate valve)
désignation: gate valve
Explanation: Domain Mechanical engineering
Definition a valve with a flat obturator moving perpendicularly to the axis of the pipe
Term gate valve
Reliability 3 (Reliable)
Definition robinet à obturateur plan se mouvant perpendiculairement à l'axe de la tuyauterie
• Closing Devices and Nozzles (Mechanical Components)
• Aeronautical Engineering and Maintenance
A valve controlling fluid flow by a flat plate having linear motion across the flow channel.
The outflow valve is a thrust recovery rotating gate valve which is driven by either a rotary DC electrical actuator or a rotary AC electrical actuator.
• Obturateurs et buses (Composants mécaniques)
• Aérotechnique et maintenance
CORRECT, MASC, UNIFORMISÉ
[Les robinets-vanne] sont essentiellement des organes d'isolement constitués par un opercule (simple ou double) coulissant entre deux sièges parallèles ou obliques; en position d'ouverture, ils ne créent qu'une perte de charge minimale [...]
robinet-vanne : terme uniformisé par le Comité d'uniformisation de la terminologie aéronautique (CUTA) - Maintenance.
robinet vanne http://www.btb.termiumplus.gc.ca/tpv2alpha/alpha-fra.html?la...
Dans certains modes de réalisation de l'invention, un système comprend un robinet-vanne qui comprend lui-même un opercule disposé dans un corps de robinet-vanne. Le robinet-vanne comprend aussi un actionneur motorisé à vis à billes ayant un ensemble tige d'actionnement accouplé directement à l'opercule. L'actionneur motorisé à vis à billes est configuré pour actionner linéairement l'ensemble tige d'actionnement afin d'entraîner l'opercule entre une position ouverte et une position fermée. https://patents.google.com/patent/WO2011162846A3/fr
A system, in certain embodiments, includes a gate valve (38) including a gate disposed within a valve body (40). The gate valve also includes a motorized ball screw actuator (48) having an actuating rod assembly (80) directly coupled to the gate. The motorized ball screw actuator is configured to linearly actuate the actuating rod assembly to drive the gate (68) between an open position and a closed position https://patents.google.com/patent/WO2011162846A3/en
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A rectangular gate valve having an improved driving action is disclosed. The rectangular gate valve of the present invention includes a sealing member, which opens or closes a wafer moving passage, a main shaft, which is coupled to the sealing member and has a guide member, and a housing bracket, which has a first guide slot, into which the guide member is inserted. The gate valve further includes a valve drive unit, which is provided in the housing bracket and has an air cylinder, a piston, a piston shaft, a moving unit and a connection link. https://patents.google.com/patent/US7766305
I conclude from this that the "drawer" is identical to the valve shaft and hence refers to the gate valve.
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