Definitions for "DWV"
Keywords:  vent, ent, plumbing, aste, drainage
Acronym for Drain, Waste, or Vent. Pipes that are used in plumbing applications, e.g., drain pipes, waste or soil pipes, and vent stacks.
Drain, Waste and Vent. The pipes in a plumbing system that remove waste water.
Drain-waste-vent; a term applied to the system of piping and fittings used to carry away drainage and waste; also applied to the pipe and fittings used for the same purpose.
Dielectric Withstanding Voltage is the minimum voltage level the connector insulating material can withstand before causing a dielectric failure.
Dielectric Withstanding Voltage. The maximum voltage that a dielectric material can withstand without failure. Parameter generally defined as 75% of the specified breakdown voltage for connectors or coaxial contacts. DWV testing proves the device can operate safely at its rated voltage and withstand momentary over potentials. 17550 Gillette Ave Irvine, CA 92614 Tel: (949) 250-1244 Fax: (949) 250-1009
Dielectric Withstanding Voltage,. Maximum voltage potential an insulating material can be expected to support before breaking down. Typically the DWV requirement is defined with a maximum amount time of application of the voltage, plus a maximum allowable leakage current.
Keywords:  wellenreit, verband, deutsche
Deutsche Wellenreit Verband