locking device

locking device

Any device used to secure a member, unit, or assembly in position, e.g., to hold a cross brace in scaffolding to the frame or panel.
References in periodicals archive ?
Foxyware has paid attention to every detail of this product from the rhinestone encrusted attachment to the rhinestone encrusted iPhone locking device.
OTCBB: MFTH), a developer of patented technologies that physically prevent unauthorized administration of prescription medications, announced today that the company has signed a contract to begin the production of a prototype of its patented medicinal locking device technology.
UNFORTUNATELY, THE TEAM WASN'T USING THE CHU'S BAIL BAR LOCKING DEVICE.
In this case history style presentation, PEEK-OPTIMA polymer was selected as the material of choice for a polymer locking device to offer these benefits.
Both of the flow and suck back controls incorporate a locking device that prevents any unwanted changes.
A recent development with some handgun models is the addition of an integral locking device, which uses a type of key to actively lock the action of the handgun and render it inoperable.
When triggered by the airbag sensor, a magnetic switch triggers the U-shaped locking device, and two coil springs extend the cushion portion of the head restraint forward along a notched ramp.
Reduce machining costs and eliminate fitting expenses by investing in an RFC Keyless Locking Device.
An oversized sensor and high-speed central processing unit create a secure and userfriendly locking device.
Molded polymer clamps, tightened by a threaded locking device, secure each individual bike to the rack by attaching to the bike's frame.
Units are fitted with a key switch to allow authorized staff to interrupt the current and release the overhead locking device without triggering an alarm.
While the intelligence may reside in the individual CM locking device on the door, it is the software that ultimately tells the lock who can enter and when.