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locking

[′läk·iŋ]
(electronics)
Controlling the frequency of an oscillator by means of an applied signal of constant frequency.
(engineering)
Automatic following of a target by a radar antenna.
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There's also a smaller, 4-foot x 8-millimeter locking cable (8143DPNK) that sells for a SRP of $4.
The locking mechanism, located on the moving platen, uses a split nut around threaded tiebars.
Classified data stored on hard drives would required less space for hard-copy files and containers and would possibly call for a different type of security container and locking device.
You can now get an improved locking bar and recoil screw as a free replacement.
When the clamp is closed, clamping pressure is applied on the locking cylinders around the tiebars.
However, the biometric deadbolt lock features a battery powered locking mechanism that is activated when the homeowner swipes his or her finger across the integrated AuthenTec FingerLoc fingerprint sensor.
newsletters addressing security issues and locking devices
April 28 /PRNewswire/ -- Responding to a growing trend of motorists locking themselves out of their cars, the American Automobile Association today called on auto manufacturers to alter some door lock designs.
The locking device uses a pin that slips into a receptacle and then locks in place with a quarter turn.
Partnership Integrates Device Locking Activation Technology With V.
The locking pin doesn't go all the way through the post, so it's hard to tell if it's locked.