Line used exclusively by one person at each end for communications.
n. A circuit that is not switched.
A circuit that only runs one appliance or fixture such as with a dishwasher or water heater.
a circuit and breaker reserved for the exclusive use of one and ONLY one treadmill
An obsolete method for providing clean, noise free power to a computer system. A dedicated circuit is one in which dedicated phase, neutral, and safety grounding conductors are run continuously from a distribution panel to an electronic load. The conductors may service only the dedicated load and the phase conductor must have its own circuit breaker. Furthermore, the dedicated conductors must run in their own dedicated metallic conduit or raceway with no other conductors present. The neutral and ground conductors may not be "daisy chained" or shared with any other circuit. The ability of dedicated circuits to guarantee a noise and disturbance free environment is insufficient for the high processing speeds, low operating voltages, and mission critical nature of modern technology.
A circuit or channel, typically leased from the telephone company, used to transmit signals between the alarm system and the monitoring facility. Circuit may be point-to-point or multi-point.
An electrical circuit that serves only one appliance or a series of electric heaters or smoke detectors.