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microswitch

microswitch
microswitch
A type of very small electrical switch used to open or close circuits with an extremely small movement of an actuator, as in the compression of main landing gear.
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During FCT, Al and Lou initially used both vocal mands and microswitches and picture/word cards, and Kit used a combination of vocal mands, signing, and a picture/word card.
combinations of microswitches monitoring concurrently adaptive and aberrant responses) may prove very helpful (Lancioni, O'Reilly, Singh, Sigafoos et al.
From the various companies, the Transportation group brings in Crouzet electromechanical microswitches, limit switches and motors.
The absolute need for snap-action microswitches in the 70 years since his daughter's big day has been so immense it is impossible to assess how much the gift to her has been worth.
There are disabled users who rely on "assistive technology" that responds to verbal responses, or perhaps a touch screen, a pressure switch triggered by blowing into a tube, or microswitches that respond to available muscle action.
which is under contract with the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency to develop microswitches for microwave devices and phased array antennas.
The laboratory, which will have access to CEA Leti's dedicated microsystems development platform, will aim to design and develop high power microwave microswitches and integrated circuits based on these microswitches.
Purplish photos and glass vials of water documented the sole performance of Ignisfatuus, 1996-2000, that took place in a Baltimore garden: Arterial casts of a brain, heart, and lungs fluoresced to Ponselle's recorded voice according to the lunar cycle and a system of light sensors, microswitches, and peristaltic pumps.
To avoid the possibility of having the high- and low-speed pump motor coils energized at the same time, employ a jumper between microswitches in the often-used, cam-operated sequencing switch.
The G3 miniature snap-action microswitches feature an integrated ramp plunger configuration that replaces the need for extra levers.
Valves can be easily upgraded by adding a solenoid or position sensing with either proximity- or microswitches.