Definition of Electrical converter

1. Noun. Converter that converts alternating current into direct current or vice versa.

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Literary usage of Electrical converter

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1. Supreme Court Reporter by Robert Desty, United States Supreme Court, West Publishing Company (1912)
"... when George Westinghouse, Jr., secured patent 366362 for an "Electrical Converter," which, his application stated, was intended to prevent the converter ..."

2. The Electrical Engineer (1888)
"... by a small dynamo-electric machine carried by the locomotive, from which, after being passed through an electrical converter, it is made to pass through ..."

3. American Electrical Cases: Being a Collection of All the Important Cases by William Weeks Morrill, Frank Bixby Gilbert, Austin B. Griffin (1902)
"... evidence from which the jury properly could infer that the position and manner of the construction of the wiring and electrical converter were improper, ..."

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