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In electric power distribution, a busbar (also bus bar) is a metallic strip or bar, typically housed inside switchgearpanel boards, and busway enclosures for local high current power distribution. They are also used to connect high voltage equipment at electrical switchyards, and low voltage equipment in battery banks. They are generally uninsulated, and have sufficient stiffness to be supported in air by insulated pillars. These features allow sufficient cooling of the conductors, and the ability to tap in at various points without creating a new joint.

(The term busbar is derived from the Latin word omnibus, which translates into English as “for all”, indicating that a busbar carries all of the currents in a particular system.)

electric power distribution, a busbar (also bus bar) is a metallic strip or bar, typically housed inside switchgearpanel boards, and busway enclosures for local high current power distribution. They are also used to connect high voltage equipment at electrical switchyards, and low voltage equipment in battery banks. They are generally uninsulated, and have sufficient stiffness to be supported in air by insulated pillars. These features allow sufficient cooling of the conductors, and the ability to tap in at various points without creating a new joint.

(The term busbar is derived from the Latin word omnibus, which translates into English as “for all”, indicating that a busbar carries all of the currents in a particular system.)

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