Transformers or transformer windings may be connected in parallel provided that the electrical characteristics are suitable for such operation.
The connection of the outputs of two or more power supplies of the same output voltage to obtain a higher output current than from either supply alone. This technique requires power supplies specifically designed to share a load.
the simultaneous execution of two or more operations
When two or more power supplies are connected, it is referred to as parallel operation. This allows supplies to combine current into a single load.
The ability of UPSs to be connected so that the current from corresponding outputs can be combined into a single load.
Parallel Operation is the operation of two or more sources of AC electrical power whose output leads are connected to a common load. Connection of the power sources is made so that the sources electrically function as a single source of power. Parallel Operation requires that the two sources of electrical power must match in voltage, frequency, and number of phases.
Connecting the outputs of two or more power supplies with the same output voltage for the purpose of obtaining a higher output current. This requires power supplies specially designed for load sharing.
The operation of a customer-owned generator while connected to the utility’s grid. Parallel operation may be required solely for the customer’s operating convenience or for the purpose of delivering power to the utility’s grid.
The connection of the outputs of multiple power supplies with the same output voltage that are designed to share a load. The parallel operation generates a higher output current than would be available from a single supply.
(also volume) Operation of pump when each of its impellers is receiving water from a common source and contributing volume directly to the discharge.