switching mechanism

switching mechanism

[′swich·iŋ ‚mek·ə‚niz·əm]
(engineering)
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Hazard: An internal switching mechanism can become stuck in the "on" position and overheat, posing fire and burn hazards.
The new BM-TSM tilt switch mounts on the top of the bin and activates an alarm when material rises and tilts the switching mechanism 15 degrees.
Delivery of 2 power transformers 110/10 kV, 40 MVA rated power, 50 Hz, with load switching mechanism +/- 16% / + / 13 levels, uk 14.
The authors proposed that the reduction and oxidation of PEDOT: PSS film might be the switching mechanism, but Au atoms penetrating into the film during metal deposition and other defects might also influence the formation of conductive paths.
Despite the availability of the switching mechanism there have at various times been significant discounts in the other share classes, creating arbitrage possibilities.
To our best knowledge, there are only a handful of papers that directly attempt to estimate a HAM with full-fledged switching mechanism.
The scientists showed that a high-fat diet functions as a switching mechanism that breaks down the fat-burning molecule and leads to activation of the enzyme and production of retinoic acid, ending in the development of visceral fat.
However, we talked to Rapidparts and they quickly made a clear polycarbonate version so we could see the switching mechanism in action.
Also, the Diffusion Switching Mechanism (DSM) is employed to reduce processing operations while ensuring security.
The activation signal triggers CAPU device to activate the switching mechanism inside the device through microprocessor instructions (Rahman, S.
For this, they said, there will be switching mechanism to switch between keyboard and mouse on runtime.
The second new CNT device uses the fundamental Lorentz magnetic force from the basic laws of Electromagnetism as a switching mechanism between two conducting CNTs.