Varley loop

[ vahr-lee ]
/ ˈvɑr li /

noun Electricity.

a device containing a Wheatstone bridge, for comparing resistances and for locating faults in circuits.

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Origin of Varley loop

named after C. F. Varley (1828–83), English electrical engineer
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