dry contact


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dry contact

[¦drī ′kän‚takt]
(electricity)
A contact that does not break or make current.

dry contact

The hookup between a tanker and a receiver aircraft in which no transfer of fuel takes place.
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Remote voltage control provides low power dry contact logic to allow the control of the switch position.
Upon determining that a fire or risk exists, the camera adds a visual alarm overlay to the outgoing video signal, and generates an alert using a standard dry contact relay and/or through serial or IP communication.
When the power supply is operating under nominal conditions, a "DC OK" LED indicates the status locally, while a dry contact provides remote indication.
All products offer LED status indicators, AIS alarm generation, recognition and dry contact closure upon link failure.
Diagnostics include LED indicators, LCD display, dry contact alarms, and both local and remote loopback.
Image sequences are recorded on detection or with external dry contact activation.
The TDS alarm system utilizes dry contact output signals, allowing initiation of multiple actions immediately after a security breach.
Inputs: Negative Trigger Dry Contact Digital Input (0v) normally open
Remote control access can be accomplished using dry contact logic or using a Remote Pushbutton Cable, Cat.
When a pig passes the CD52-TG, a dry contact relay is toggled for a period of 15 seconds and then automatically resets.
These devices can provide alarms based on heat, humidity, dry contact (fire, water, motion detection) and many other contact alarm-type systems.
The wireless dry contact sensor can be used to detect contact between two wired contact points.