In electronics, a way of packaging two-wire components such as resistors.

Several components are lined up in parallel, and a paper tape joins them at the ends.

| |--------[_R_]--------| |
| |--------[_R_]--------| |
| |--------[_R_]--------| |
| |--------[_R_]--------| |
| |--------[_R_]--------| |
| |--------[_R_]--------| |
| |--------[_R_]--------| |

(Seven resistors joined on a bandolier.)

Ban`do*leer", Ban`do*lier" (?), n. [F. bandouliere (cf.It. bandoliera, Sp.bandolera), fr.F. bande band, Sp.&It. banda. See Band, n.]

1.

A broad leather belt formerly worn by soldiers over the right shoulder and across the breast under the left arm. Originally it was used for supporting the musket and twelve cases for charges, but later only as a cartridge belt.

2.

One of the leather or wooden cases in which the charges of powder were carried.

[Obs.]

 

© Webster 1913.

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