connect definition

connect means the installation of the Connection Equipment in such a way that (subject to Energisation) the Customer may import electricity to, and/or export electricity from, the Customer’s Installation over the Distribution System at the Connection Point;
connect. , in relation to any premises, means connect to a gas main of a gas transporter, whether directly or by means of a gas service pipe, and “disconnect” and “re-connect” have corresponding meanings except that they also include discontinuing or restoring, as the case may be, the conveyance of gas to the premises;
connect means in respect of a consumer’s or Generation Licensee’s installation, to put into place a physical link between the relevant service connection and the relevant connection point, but excluding the physical link between the service connection termination and the installation, and “connection”, “disconnection”, “reconnection” and all grammatical variations thereof shall be interpreted accordingly, provided that the term “disconnection” shall be interpreted to mean the removal of the physical link and/or discontinuing the flow of electricity to or from an installation;

Examples of connect in a sentence

  • The epost Connect service has the capacity to receive multiple documents, up to 1GB per individual attachment.

  • Connect this wire to (+) control wire of the left or right turn indicators.

  • Connect 5 takes the position that we don’t need to be mental health specialists to support those who are experiencing emotional and mental health problems.

  • Connect this wire to a wire that becomes grounded when the pannier opens.

  • The student is to have their card signed nightly by their guardian.• The Check and Connect Mentoring Program – (Christenson et al, 2012).


More Definitions of connect

connect means to attach by way of a physical link to a network and to energise the link.
connect means to form a physical link to or through a network.
connect. connection facilities”; “connection point”; “connection service”; “contracted capacity”; “circuit breaker”; “emergency”; “facilities”; “fault”; “forced outage”; “good utility practice”; “isolate”; “isolating device”; “licence”; “load shedding”; “maintenance”; “outage”; “planned outage”; “promptly”; “protection system”; “protective relay”; “Rate Order”; “reliability”; “reliability organization”; “reliability standards”; “renewable generation”; “single contingency”; “site”; “transmission facilities”; “transmission service”; and “work”.
connect means to form a direct physical link between a transmitter's transmission facilities and a customer's facilities or a neighbouring Ontario transmitter’s facilities;
connect means to form a physical link to or with the transmission system for the purpose of enabling the flow of electricity at the boundary between the transmission system and a facility or other equipment and, without limiting the generality of section 7.1.1.3 of Chapter 1, and “reconnect” shall be interpreted accordingly;