la déconsignation de l’armoire électrique.

English translation: removal of / release from lockout

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French term or phrase:déconsignation
English translation:removal of / release from lockout
Entered by: Tony M

11:15 Mar 9, 2018
French to English translations [PRO]
Tech/Engineering - Electronics / Elect Eng / Meter installation
French term or phrase: la déconsignation de l’armoire électrique.
Would like to know how to translate la déconsignation please

Many thanks
ainichi
United Kingdom
the removal of lockout
Explanation:
Since you have given no surrounding context, i can only give the very literal rendering of the term you have asked.

However, you should be aware that this of course will not fit idiomatically into your text as it stands — we would usually express it raethr differently in EN, and exactly how depends on the sentence in which it appears. IN particualr, FR often oses a noun where in EN we would use an active verb.
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Tony M
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Local time: 10:02
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4 +3the removal of lockout
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the removal of lockout


Explanation:
Since you have given no surrounding context, i can only give the very literal rendering of the term you have asked.

However, you should be aware that this of course will not fit idiomatically into your text as it stands — we would usually express it raethr differently in EN, and exactly how depends on the sentence in which it appears. IN particualr, FR often oses a noun where in EN we would use an active verb.

Tony M
France
Local time: 10:02
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Peer comments on this answer (and responses from the answerer)
agree  Johannes Gleim
1 hr
  -> Danke, Johannes!

agree  Daryo
6 hrs
  -> Thanks, Daryo!

agree  Laurence Fogarty: "the release from lockout..." would probably work here....
3 days 3 hrs
  -> Thanks, Laurence! Yes, though I suspect it actually needs a verb form... but without context, we can't tell.
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