electronic equipment

  1. equipment that involves the controlled conduction of electrons (especially in a gas or vacuum or semiconductor)
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How To Use electronic equipment In A Sentence

  • Today you would need a battery of electronic equipment to measure the difference in noise and vibration between, say, a Focus and a Mondeo.
  • German companies that make machinery and electronic equipment. Times, Sunday Times
  • The firm is Britain's main producer of electronic equipment.
  • The pathologist's assistant followed close behind her, with a trolley bearing all the paraphernalia of post-mortem revival: a tray of disposable surgical instruments; several racks of electronic equipment; an arterial pump fed from three glass tanks the size of water-coolers; and something resembling a hairnet made out of grey superconducting wire. Archive 2010-06-01
  • German companies that make machinery and electronic equipment. Times, Sunday Times
  • The first part of the experiment took place in 1943 when a powerful electromagnetic field was used to degauss the ship without any damage to electronic equipment on board.
  • It is widely used for automobile, railway vehicle and power engine in ship, aviation and industry fields, robot, electronic equipment, instrument and apparatus, chemical mechanism.
  • In the case of electronic equipment, for example, inexperienced service engineers often drive up the size of inventories by playing replacement roulette with spare parts. Total Customer Service (The Ultimate Weapon)
  • Under the new rules, electronic equipment must be free of lead and other heavy metals.
  • Electronic equipment quickly becomes obsolescent.
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