floating control

floating control

[¦flōd·iŋ kən′trōl]
(engineering)
Control device in which the speed of correction of the control element (such as a piston in a hydraulic relay) is proportional to the error signal. Also known as proportional-speed control.
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From a single user-friendly interface, homes can manage themselves by simply dragging and dropping floating control icons.
A spokesperson for Teledyne LeCroy said the company's HVFO high-voltage fiber-optic probe (Figure 1) was a popular attraction at APEC--commenting that the probe is suitable for measuring upper-side gate drive signals, floating control signals, or floating sensor signals.
There is a unique floating control system to master and once you do the game does become good fun.
The Port's pilot boat Collingwood will be leading the swimmers, acting as a floating control centre and leading two other safety boats and 12 kayaks.
Captain White was put in charge of Spectrum's floating control centre - Cloudbase.
The dashboard is clean and typically minimalist with Volvo's trademark floating control panel.
3 to 150 Vdc from a universal ac (85 to 264 V) or dc (120 to 370 V)input, floating controls and signals, field replaceable fans, an advanced logic interface, and an extended operating temperature range from -20[degrees] to +70[degrees]C.