computer control

computer control

[kəm′pyüd·ər kən′trōl]
(computer science)
(control systems)
Process control in which the process variables are fed into a computer and the output of the computer is used to control the process.
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International Conference on Advanced Computer Control (2009: Singapore) Ed.
x 40 ft long, either mechanically synchronized or with full computer control.
ABB (Zurich, Switzerland), a supplier of power and automation technology solutions headquartered in, will formally open a Corporate Research Center (CRC) at its industrial computer control system facility in Wickliffe, OH, near Cleveland, in early November.
In a separately issued Limited Official Use Only report, we communicated detailed information regarding our findings to FRB managers and made five recommendations that address application computer control vulnerabilities related to access controls.
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Computer Control represents AMX's never-ending pursuit to improve or enhance the control industry with simple-to-use and understand products.
Self contained unit houses wire feeder, computer control, weld head, and travel carriage.
In effect, these materials become the smart structure's nerve endings and muscles, while the computer control becomes its brain.
While most industrial controls have benefitted from advances in personal computer control and sensor technology, building controls have lagged behind.
To provide the most flexible universal tester possible, the tensiTech offers full computer control of the crosshead and provides complete definition of the graph and calculated results, according to the brochure.
the networking service company that supplies secure Web access to office applications, today announced that two national software solution providers, Computer Control Corporation, based in Hartford, Conn.
Features include: field-configurable phase-angle or zero cross firing for improved application flexibility on site; 50/60 Hz independent operation for usage almost anywhere; snap fitting on a premounted, removable mounting subplate for ease of installation; heater and control diagnostics capabilities to monitor actual heater and control performance and help eliminate initial startup problems; serial communications utilizing Modbus RTU protocol for remote control setup, computer control and monitoring of load status from a nearby computer station or control room; and single-and three-phase models from 60-245 amps.

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