The first conductor rail (9) is provided with a line (18).
The invention also relates to a conductor rail (1).
One current conductor rail is connected to one pole of the socket and the other current conductor rail is connected to the other pole of the socket.
The invention relates to a conductor rail support with a base part (1), which has a recess for receiving a first projection (2a) of a conductor rail (2).
The current conductor rail has a U-shaped outer rail (3) with a strip-shaped inner rail (2) insulated from it.
A conductive rail joint comprises a left conductive rail (1), a middle rail (2), a right conductive rail (3), supporting plates (4), electric conductors (5) and conductive wires (6).
Inclusion of a current track in the road surface is made possible by the use of a rapidly switching current track.
The invention relates to a power rail holder having a connection plate (32) to which a power rail (2) can be fastened.
This better dampens vibrations of the power rail and avoids reflections of vibrations of the power rail to successive supporting structures (T).
The active loads cause current on a source side of a selected power rail/load to match current measured on a load side of the selected power rail/load during power measurements.
The invention relates to the integration of a current track in the road surface.
The current tracks can simultaneously be used as steering guide.
The guide slot defines the boundary between two adjacent lanes of the raceway.
A functional module can be connected to the conductive rail which is at a desired position.
The invention further relates to a method for producing a bus bar assembly.
The present invention relates to an insulated mount for a power rail for electrically driven rail vehicles.
The invention further relates to the bus bar and a system of bus bars for the method.
The invention relates to a conductor bar arrangement (3) that is configured in a multiple-duct manner and is provided with one or more current conductors (5) per duct (phase or pole), whereby said conductors are spatially and electrically parallel.