3843683 TERMINAL Caterpillar parts
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- Actuation relates to putting something in motion.Anode - An anode is the positive end of a diode or an anode is the positive end of a rectifier.Blocking Rectifier - A blocking rectifier permits direct current flow in only one direction.Bolted - A bolted device uses a bolt to hold two or more parts together.Bridge - A bridge is a circuit that is used to measure small quantities of current, voltage, or resistance.Bridge Rectifier - A bridge rectifier is a circuit that is used to change alternating current (AC) to direct current (DC).Buildup - A buildup is a gradual increase in voltage.Cathode - A cathode is the negative end of a diode or a cathode is the negative end of a rectifier.Capacitance - Capacitance is the ability to store an electrical charge.Capacitor - A capacitor is a device that will store an electrical charge.Circuit Breaker - A circuit breaker is an automatic switch that is used to open a circuit.Circulating Current - Circulating current is the flow of current between two or more generators that are operating in parallel. Circulating current is also the flow of current between two or more generators that are operating parallel with a utility line.Conduct - Conducting relates to allowing the flow of current.Continuity - Continuity provides a continuous path for current flow.Control - A control is a device that controls another device. A control is also a circuit that controls a device.Direct Current (DC) Controlled Reactor - The direct current controlled reactor gives resistance to the current flow to the rectifier according to the voltage droop setting.Damping - Damping refers to decreasing the amplitude of a signal.De-energized - A de-energized input refers to stopping the current that is going to a component.Distribution Winding - Distribution windings go from one end of the core to the other end of the core. These windings are arranged in groups that are located in several slots. Droop (Voltage) - Droop refers to a decrease in output voltage as engine speed (frequency) droops due to an increase in load.Excitation - Excitation is controlled direct current (DC) that is used to make a magnetic field.Energized - An energized input refers to activating a device.Electrostatic Charge - Electrostatic charge is electricity that is caused by induced voltage and stored charge.Exciter - An exciter supplies direct current (DC) to the main field windings of the generator.Field - A field is magnetic lines of force that surrounds a conductor. This force is caused by current flow in the conductor.Field Windings - Field windings are many turns of wire that are wrapped around an iron core. When direct current (DC) flows through the field windings, a magnetic field is produced. This magnetic field is comparable to the magnetic field of a bar magnet.Flashing - Flashing is a process of putting direct current from an external source into the field windings. This process causes the generator to produce an output voltage.Flux - Flux is magnetic lines of force.Full-Wave Rectifier - A full-wave rectifier
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