overload protection


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overload protection

[′ō·vər‚lōd prə‚tek·shən]
(electricity)
Effect of a device operative on excessive current, but not necessarily on short circuit, to cause and maintain the interruption of current flow to the device governed.
(mechanical engineering)
A safeguard against the application of excessive force against the wrist socket or end effector of a robot. Also known as overcurrent protection.
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Overload protection is the essential safety protection of the power strip.
The Overload Protection System consistently regulates the crusher feed to prevent crusher overload and possible plugging, according to the manufacturer.
The model also features dual adjustable internal limit switches with potentiometers or a load limiting clutch; ac or dc motors come with thermal overload protection, which resets automatically.
It's simple to and due to its robust frame and heavy-load wheels, it's easy to transport around your Other useful features include a self feeding mechanism, micro safety switch and overload protection system, a debris plunger, large diameter funnel, hardened steel mulching gears and a poly bag for debris collection - making this the ultimate all-round garden shredder
25% full scale and mechanical overload protection to 150% full scale.
In addition to overload protection, high machine speeds can be obtained by inserting a slip clutch into a machine system.
This new weigh tank module offers 100% side load, 100% uplift protection, 300% overload protection, and self-checking design for extreme durability.
Ball & Jewell, a division of Sterling, has introduced the LP Series of portable and low-speed granulators that feature a feed chute, motor overload protection, and visual alarm signal.
Permanent shock and overload protection ensure reliable results, high productivity and on-spec performance.
Safety features include: no operation if lockable front door is open; lockable emergency stop button; lockable mains isolator; water resistance to pressure (for power washing); and motor overload protection.
The Lutron transformers incorporate short-circuit, thermal and overload protection and have self-resetting capabilities.
To lift the bins SCX incorporated a low headroom chain hoist capable of operating within the required envelope, powered by a festoon feed system and fitted with an overload protection system.