function switch

function switch

[′fəŋk·shən ‚swich]
(electronics)
A network having a number of inputs and outputs so connected that input signals expressed in a certain code will produce output signals that are a function of the input information but in a different code.
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Convenient rear touch-pad with Left /Right function switch buttons
The START button on the function switch can stick when pushed in and then the function switch itself stops working.
The CS 2100 represents part of the Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA) Multi Function Switch (MFS) project, aimed at IP-enabling the complete DSN core.
Selecting the proper range is very important and refers to setting the function switch on your multimeter to a voltage or amperage value that's higher than the top value you anticipate testing.
For example: On an analog multimeter, if you were to test AC voltage in a 120-volt wall outlet, but only set the function switch to 30 AC volts, you'd overload and damage the multimeter.
The AM/FM stereo headset radio has a three-position function switch and comes with lightweight stereo headphones with an adjustable headband.
While TI was linking the two sensors for the function switch testing, Lucas Schaevitz was designing the electronics to condition the two different signals generated by the disparate sensors.
Loading in manual mode overrides the built-in safety functions of the sideloader/magazine controller (SMC) and can result in a lot of damage if something is forgotten (like leaving the function switch or the gate assembly in the upload position).
D-Series models 325 through 341 feature an auxiliary hydraulic function switch which provides fingertip control of auxiliary functions.
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DO you know where I can get a new function switch for an Hitachi CD radio cassette?