control circuit


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control circuit

[kən′trōl ‚sər·kət]
(computer science)
One of the circuits that responds to the instructions in the program for a digital computer.
(electricity)
A circuit that controls some function of a machine, device, or piece of equipment.
(electronics)
The circuit that feeds the control winding of a magnetic amplifier.
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5 V lower than the + 15 V power supply of the second-stage control circuit.
4600 pieces of categorical 554-505 button exterior door opening edge to be installed on the control circuit for opening / closing the doors of the carriages Reduced Plan.
Color and texture variations in the measurement target area are automatically compensated for by the sensor's variable laser power control circuit.
Tenders are invited for Supply of single phase servo controlled voltage stabilizers, 5 kva, circuit type-fully solid state control circuit, voltage regulation+/-1% of the stable, wave form distortion-nil, input voltage-170-270 v, out put-220/240 v, frequency-47to 53 hz, protection-mcb, high correction speed - rate to be better than 34 volts per sec.
The patented Fast Light Control Circuit allows a 16 KHz sample rate with instantaneous adjustment from white letters to black rubber without loss of resolution, since it is insensitive to ambient light surface texture or color changes, according to the company.
The patented fast light control circuit used by the company is said to allow a 16 KHz sample rate with instantaneous adjustment from white letters to black rubber without loss of resolution, since it is insensitive to ambient light surface texture or color changes.
Its technology is also used in intelligent control circuits in automotive and industrial applications.
Power supplies and motor control circuits demand highly reliable and robust driver ICs to withstand the voltage and current spikes that often occur in power systems.
In 100W to 300W flyback circuits, traditional complex and bulky current transformer control circuits waste energy because large reversing currents are required to sense polarity shifts through the SR MOSFETs.