75, position changing mechanism

位置变换机构。将设备中的主要部件从一个位置移到另一位置的机构,例如将一台可移动的断路器单元的投入位置、撤出位置和试验位置进行变换。

English-Chinese electricity dictionary (电气专业词典). 2013.

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