Control Switch

Control Switch

 

(1) In electrical engineering, a manual switch with two or more positions for closing and opening electrical control circuits. They are usually mounted on control boards and panels and are used in automatic and remote-control systems.

Control switches are classified according to their functions: switches that form command or signalling control circuits (command control switches), switches that acknowledge or correct incoming signals (acknowledging control switches), and switches that combine these functions. Frequently a signal lamp is built into a control switch to indicate its position.

(2) In analog computers a control switch is an. electronic switching unit that controls the operation of the integrating (operational) amplifiers.

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Name of Product: DC Isolator Switch -- Industrial Control Switch Model E25 4P DC
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Install with Jacked-Up's standard kit that includes a "brain" box to control the jackplate, a standard rocker switch and an optional two-button control switch.
Participating customers have a small control switch placed on or near their central air conditioner.
The adjustable pedal system uses a motor to move the pedals, and the control switch is located on the side of the seat.
The adjustable pedal system uses an electrical motor to move the pedals, and the control switch is located on the side of the seat cushion.
A fiendish multitasker of a computer sweeps you along: Three settings adjust the firmness of your tide, and a control switch varies how aggressively the transmission shifts.
Answer: The control switch for the mirror or the mirror itself may be faulty.
8 million pickup trucks and SUVs--including the 1994-2002 model years of F-150, Ford Expedition, Lincoln Navigator and Ford Bronco--because a faulty cruise control switch was found to cause engine fires.
A single, oversized control switch features optical signals for operational status: start (green light), stop (red light), bag full, and jam.
pickups and sport utility vehicles because of a defect in a cruise control switch that already has led to a recall.