power pack


noun Electronics.

a device for converting the voltage from a power line or battery to the various voltages required by the components of an electronic circuit.

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Origin of power pack

First recorded in 1935–40
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Example sentences from the Web for power pack

  • His hand power unit was far too weak to overcome the pull of his power-pack, and he was rising faster and faster!

    Islands of Space|John W Campbell
  • One was a very flat cone, much like a coolie-hat and hardly larger, with a sort of power-pack of coils and batteries attached.

    Operation: Outer Space|William Fitzgerald Jenkins
  • When he'd slung a power-pack over his shoulder and reached the airlock, there was still no sign of his late stowaway.

    Pariah Planet|Murray Leinster

British Dictionary definitions for power pack

power pack

noun

a device for converting the current from a supply into direct or alternating current at the voltage required by a particular electrical or electronic device
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