Definition of De-energize
1. Verb. Deprive of energy.
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Literary usage of De-energize
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Automatic Telephony: A Comprehensive Treatise on Automatic and Semi by Arthur Bessey Smith, Wilson Lee Campbell (1921)
"After cessation of the rotary impulses the series relay will de-energize and open the circuit of the private magnet. If the test connector in board 67 is ..."
2. American Telephone Practice by Kempster Blanchard Miller (1905)
"The temporary cutting-off of the current through the relay, S3, while listening in, does not de-energize the relay, C, because the current for talking ..."
3. Railway Signaling by N.Y. School of Railway Signaling (Utica, Utica (N.Y.) School of Railway Signaling (1910)
"After testing at the location of the contact which failed to de-energize the controlled relay, it is found that there is trouble on a certain section of the ..."
4. Handbook on Pcbs in Electrical Equipment by M. M. Dillon (1988)
"Indicator devices should be fitted with mechanical contacts that can be connected to alarm systems or circuit controls that automatically de-energize the ..."
5. The Railroad Signal Dictionary: An Illustrated Vocabulary of Terms which by Braman Blanchard Adams, Railway signal association, Rodney Hitt (1908)
"2 has been reversed and the home and distant signals cleared, a train approaching within a mile of the distant signal will de-energize the lock and prevent ..."
6. Elements of Expression, Vocal and Physical by Philip Williams, Celestine Sullivan (1896)
"Raise the arms in front and when the hands point to the zenith drop lifelessly as before. de-energize arm'from shoulder down, and sway the body causing arm ..."
7. The Popular Science Monthly (1887)
"The worst of it is, that such a condition is self-propagating, all ordinary means failing to energize digestion or to de-energize the ferment that the ..."