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phaser

[′fāz·ər]
(communications)
Facsimile device for adjusting equipment so the recorded elemental area bears the same relation to the record sheet as the corresponding transmitted elemental area bears to the subject copy in the direction of the scanning line.
(electromagnetism)
Microwave ferrite phase shifter employing a longitudinal magnetic field along one or more rods of ferrite in a waveguide.
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BorgWarner supplies the first combination of its variable cam timing (VCT) technologies, including its patented cam torque actuated (CTA) phasers with mid-position lock and integrated center bolt, for Hyundais improved Lambda II V-6 engines.
The new Phasers have a Toner Save mode to extend the yield of consumables and a high-capacity toner cartridge that prints up to 2,500 pages.
Further, not only does this system eliminate the camshafts, drive chains/belts, cam phasers, and drive gears/pulleys, it also eliminates their rotational mass, parasitic losses, and cost.
PHASERS capable of "switching people's brains off" could become a weapon in the police's armoury, a police chief has predicted.
BorgWarners CTA phasers with mid-position lock technology respond faster than traditional VCT systems and enable greater valve timing control over a broad range of engine speeds.
BorgWarner has produced one million variable cam timing (VCT) phasers at its manufacturing plant in Ningbo, China.
BorgWarner will expand its variable cam timing (VCT) technology with a new family of cam phasers for I4 engines.
The new offerings range from the $279 Xerox Phaser[R] 3100MFP multifunction printer that prints, copies and scans, to the $1,999 Xerox Phaser 5550 laser printer that speeds printing at a rate of up to 50 pages per minute (ppm).
The Phaser 4510 is an ideal primary office printer because it's almost invisible.
The Phaser 6360 comes with PhaserSMART, an online troubleshooting tool.
Small businesses face tight IT budgets, and the Phaser 3500 was built with that in mind," said Tim Williams, president, Xerox Office Group.