trigger action

trigger action

[′trig·ər ‚ak·shən]
(electronics)
Use of a weak input pulse to initiate main current flow suddenly in a circuit or device.
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The trigger action requires 3-4 pounds of takeup and 5-6 pounds of final pressure.
While we do not have a pre-set level of target auction average rates to trigger action, we would like to see more migration to TDF before we consider adjustments in the RRR,' Tetangco said.
Tuguinay also taught them tips to identify livelihood projects that can be applicable to the members of their organization and the community, the setting of their objectives to trigger action, their action plans that set the direction in achieving their activities and objectives and the basic management functions as components of their project proposal since poor management is the cause of the failure of livelihood programs and projects.
United Kingdom leaders are in no hurry to trigger action on Article 50 or begin formal negotiations to separate from the European Union.
Non-payment of fine and non-compliance to other directives within 15 days would trigger action against above mentioned licensees.
PPQ M2 models boast a smooth grip and trigger action making it one of the best pistols on the market," a rep for RSR Group said.
The Department for Education said yesterday: "It is clearly right if the wearing of the veil is interfering with education that should trigger action from Ofsted.
The trigger action is not a slide-reset type, so you can give a hard primer another whack.
The trigger action housing and integrated scope mount are attached to the rear of the tactical rail.
But he hopes winning the high profile award will put a spotlight on slavery and trigger action.
The Aptean Business Platform: Leverages Aptean's Event Management Framework proving the intelligent connectivity needed to share information and trigger action between manufacturing processes.
The software behind the accounts is called "If This Then That" (IFTTT) and allows users to create a chain so that there is a reaction each time a trigger action occurs.