What is the proper way to reference a full voltage (across the line) starter, in terms of abbreviation, ACL or ATL? Although, from the electrical standpoint, this type of device is called FVNR (full voltage non-reversing) sometimes we call them "across-the-line". I have seen it both ways (ACL and ATL) on many different motor starter's manufacturer manuals and technical articles. What will be the right one?
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