run motor

run motor

[′rən ‚mōd·ər]
(electricity)
In facsimile equipment, a motor which supplies the power to drive the scanning or recording mechanisms; a synchronous motor is used to limit the speed.
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Gazette Media Company managing director Robert Cuffe, speaking at the event said: "Derek Slack Motors are the last remaining family run motor retailer in Middlesbrough, a company who have remained true to their roots serving the local community, we're proud to support such a well established local business.
Capacitor Start Capacitor Run Motor With Dual Meter Am Meter Volt Meter Version .
This is severely affecting the water supply in Gurugram as residents are not being able to run motor pumps regularly to store water.
West Boylston Street, hit and run motor vehicle accident, no injuries.
Al Ain: UAE researchers have discovered the oil extracted from microalgae as a promising alternative to diesel, saying it can run motor engines effectively without any modifications.
The Midland Red was set up to run motor buses but in 1907 these proved to be so unreliable that they changed over to horse buses until 1912.
There is room for some healthy skepticism because it wasn't long ago when the industry insisted we had so much natural gas that we could use it to generate electricity and run motor vehicles.
Since commercial auto insurers typically run motor vehicle records for all covered drivers as part of their underwritingprocess, the mistakes of one driver can negatively impact costs for all.
FinlandEoe1/4aos Ari Vatanen, the 1981 world rally champion, is so far the only declared candidate to run motor sportEoe1/4aos world governing body.
It makes an ideal school run motor or shopping trolley due to its interior space and load carrying abilities, while the sliding rear doors are superb when it comes to tight parking spaces or the management of rear-seat passengers, especially those of the tiny tot variety.
This can remove the need to run motor power management cabling through the machine, and may reduce the potential for electrical noise.
According to the university, while the Oswalds argue that "the only practical green alternative way to run motor vehicles is to power them with hydrogen," they point out that since hydrogen is not a source of energy but a carrier, it "has to be made, transported and stored using huge amounts of renewables-based electricity.