keyswitch


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keyswitch

[′kē‚swich]
(computer science)
A switch that is operated by depressing a key on the keyboard of a data entry terminal.
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The unit contains all the electronics required for exit delay, including microprocessor, lock, audible signal, indicator lights, and keyswitch for reset or bypass.
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This phone-system-in-a-box from Nortel supports digital, analog, and VoIP telephony, and can be setup in literally minutes with all of the features normally found in expensive Centrex, keyswitch hybrids, and small PBXs.
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IR Security & Safety's Electronic Access Control Division (EACD) today introduced a new Locknetics heavy-duty keyswitch series, which allows installers to configure both clockwise and counterclockwise key turn direction as well as momentary or maintained action in seconds.