A heavy bar or strap (usually of copper) for carrying heavy currents, or serving as a common connection between several circuits.
a heavy copper strap or bar used to connect several circuits together
A rigid conductor for carrying current, for example, to the anode and cathode bars.
A component of a panelboard that serves as an extension of the main service conductors. Simplifies the connection of circuit protective devices to the main service conductors.
Copper or aluminum bars used to transmit or terminate AC or DC power.
A rigid electric conductor in the form of a bar.
A metal strip or bar to which several conductors may be bonded.
1. A large, flat conductor, usually solid copper, used for carrying very high electrical currents. 2. An uninsulated bar or tube used as an electrical conductor at a circuit junction.
The common terminus used to distribute or collect current from various circuits.