an electrical conductor that makes a common connection between several circuits.
Metal bar to which wires coming into the house are attached and from which circuits are routed; an electrical conductor for carrying large currents. Buss is a common brand of fuse.
An electrical conductor in the form of rigid bars that serves as a common connection for two or more electric circuits.
Metal bar carrying incoming electrical supply into which portable dimmer racks or other large power requirements can be wired directly. An enclosure containing busbars is a Busbar Chamber.
a piece of bare copper wire, which runs elevated trough the under-chassis of an audio device and is terminated at the center ground connection
The power conduit of an electric power plant; the starting point of the electric transmission system.
A heavy, rigid conductor used for feeders.
In electric utility operations, a busbar is a conductor that serves as a common connection for two or more circuits. It may be in the form of metal bars or highâ€“tension cables.
This is the common connection point of two or more Transmission Circuits.
The physical point in a bulk electric system at which power is available for transmission. A busbar could be either a single conductor or a group of conductors that connect two or more circuits, typically through cables or bars.
A busbar in electrical power distribution refers to thick strips of copper or aluminum that conduct electricity within an switchboard, distribution board, substation, or other electrical apparatus.