What is PP?

What is PP?

pp. is the plural of ‘p. ‘ and means ‘pages’. [written]

What is PL in audio?

PL Audio Abbreviation. 1. PL. Peak Limited + 2 variants. Limiter, Peak, Pendulum.

What is a PL plug?

The full nomenclature of most of the large banana pin style cable connectors with the push-button lock (as opposed to an Acme thread nut) is as follows: PL-xnn where “nn” is a 2-digit number and “x” is” P = straight back shell with solder gland. S = straight back shell with cable clamp.

What does TRS stand for in audio cables?

Tip, Ring, and Sleeve

What are the types of audio cables?

As of 2018 though, here are the ones you should know:

  • The Three Interface Cables. The one digital cable that every studio MUST have is…
  • MIDI Cables. Commonly used by electronic musicians…
  • Optical Cables.
  • BNC Cables.
  • AES/EBU Cables.
  • Cat5e Cables.
  • Use Snake Cables.
  • Use Cable Winders.

Which color cord is audio?

They are often color-coded, yellow for composite video, red for the right audio channel, and white or black for the left channel of stereo audio. This trio (or pair) of jacks can often be found on the back of audio and video equipment.

Which cable is best for audio?

Three-pin XLR cables are used to carry analogue balanced audio. This is the most reliable and clean to connect professional audio gear. Balanced audio allows to stretch cables across long distances without significant added noise.

What are the 3 types of connectors?

Electrical connectors are classified into three types based on their termination ends: board-to-board connectors, cable/wire-to-cable/wire connectors, and cable/wire-to-board connectors. Six levels of interconnection are normally seen in electrical connectors.

What are PCB connectors?

A ‘PCB’ or Printed Circuit Board connects electrical components on a conductive track or between pads on the board. PCB connectors are mounted on the PCB and are typically used to transfer signals or power from one PCB to another, or to transfer to or from the PCB from another source within the unit.

How do you tell the difference between fast charging cables?

A faster charger cable has larger internal wires (mostly 24 gauge) that can carry larger currents of 2A or more. The size difference between a 28 and 24 gauge wire, easy to see here on the chart, but difficult to distinguish once it is made into a USB cable.

What is the end of a cable called?

When referring to cables, the connector is the end of the cable that connects into a port.

Are all AC cables the same?

Many power cords or leads are interchangeable within the same country and within the same family. Those that have specialized requirements tend to have interlocking devices or tabs that prevent similar cords from being used in other places. Don’t worry. If it fits, you’ll be fine.

What is a cord cap?

Receptacles by definition are “contact devices installed at an outlet for the connection of an attachment plug.” On the left is an attachment plug, sometimes called a cord cap. On the right is a connector body. As you can see, the amperage and voltage are marked on the face of each of these.

Is it permissible to use a 3 prong attachment plug with a two wire cord?

The practice of putting a three-prong (grounded) receptacle on a two wire (ungrounded) circuit has never been allowed.

What is a attachment plug?

: a plug consisting usually of a screw-shell body and cap and connecting a flexible conductor to a lamp holder or receptacle.

What are cord caps used for?

This style of end caps is generally used to finish ends of ribbons and fibers. Place the stringing material inside the end cap and gently squeeze with a pair of nylon jaw pliers.