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zwangstrennender Öffner

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09:38 Sep 14, 2000
German to English translations [PRO]
Tech/Engineering
German term or phrase: zwangstrennender Öffner
This is a position switch which activates another process.
Michael Dollman
Local time: 15:08
English translation:See below
Explanation:
With more context this would be easier but here are some ideas for the field of electrical engineering

Oeffner = closing contact, normally closed contact

zwangs... = forced, emergency ...

trennen = separating, disconnecting,

Trennschalter = circuit breaker, disconnecting switch, isolating switch

You will have to decide from here.


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Explanation:
With more context this would be easier but here are some ideas for the field of electrical engineering

Oeffner = closing contact, normally closed contact

zwangs... = forced, emergency ...

trennen = separating, disconnecting,

Trennschalter = circuit breaker, disconnecting switch, isolating switch

You will have to decide from here.





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