Kurs

English translation: Circuit

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13:46 Jun 27, 2018
Norwegian (Bokmal) to English translations [PRO]
Tech/Engineering - Electronics / Elect Eng
Norwegian (Bokmal) term or phrase: Kurs
Unsure what ours means in the context of electrical components and wiring.
The term appears in a general instruction document for a component which makes charging of electric cars more efficient.

I tillegg til de eksisterende kursene så har vi trukket en ny separat kommunikasjonskabel.

Strømforsyningen må tilkobles med 230 volt AC…….………det henter vi fra en av de eksisterende 10A-kursene i skapet……

The relevant definition here appears to be:
samling av telefon- eller telegraftråder på samme stolperekke; enkelt elektrisk ledning i et opplegg

But I'm not sure what the English translation should be.

Michael
Michael Purvis
English translation:Circuit
Explanation:
elektrisk kurs is an electrical circuit. It would typically have a fuse per circuit.
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enrfer
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Local time: 17:18
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Circuit


Explanation:
elektrisk kurs is an electrical circuit. It would typically have a fuse per circuit.

enrfer
Norway
Local time: 17:18
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