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power switch

[′pau̇·ər ‚swich]
(electricity)
An electric switch which energizes or deenergizes an electric load; ranges from ordinary wall switches to load-break switches and disconnecting switches in power systems operating at voltages of hundreds of thousands of volts.
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The Company s patented power switch technology promises new levels of performance with unparalleled advantages of size, weight, cost and efficiency.
3X current rating improvement in the same die size as other switches, is a cost-effective solution for high- voltage, high-current applications where minimizing conduction losses in the power switch is critical.