Toron

14:04 Jan 23, 2014
French to English translations [PRO]
Tech/Engineering - Computers: Hardware / Wiring - Printed Circuit Boards
French term or phrase: Toron
""Veiller à positionner le nouveau jetter de manière à ce que le toron rouge (rep. 1) en sortie du jetter soit situé en face du connecteur (rep. 2).

Term used to describe a connector inside a printing system. The connector has many loose-hanging strands that look like very thin spaghetti. I realize that "toron" means "strand". But here they're referring to the whole kit and kaboodle, i.e the strands attached to their connector, which is plugged into a printed circuit board. Does anyone know if there is a specific term for such a kind of connector?

Again, I can send an image privately.

TIA,

Stephen
Stephen Schwanbeck
France
Local time: 01:55


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3pig tail
Raoul COLIN (X)


  

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pig tail


Explanation:
in a personal glossary, I have the entry - toron de raccordement = pigtail or pig tail

Raoul COLIN (X)
Local time: 01:55
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neutral  Didier Fourcot: The gigtails I know are rather extensions than separate strands? http://electrical.about.com/od/wiringcircuitry/ht/pigtailwir...
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