control handle

control handle

[kən′trōl ‚hand·əl]
(computer science)
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This provides operator feedback in the form of fault codes displayed on the truck's control handle, as well as audible and visual alarms if charge is required or low.
It incorporates regenerative braking and lowering, stable control handle base, fold-up monitored side gates, stable operator platform with cushioned floor, sealed components for protection in dusty or moist environments, and full-color interactive display.
The company says the new lift technology means operators can now raise and lower the truck's forks without having to use its control handle. Consequently operators have both hands free and no longer have to walk as far, bend as often or lift as much--all of which help improve productivity by reducing physical strain and operator fatigue.
RSTA-II Tripod Head with a Rapid Control Handle (RCH).
Weighing just 3.4kg, the trimmer is light and easy to operate and comes complete with control handle, comfort grip rubberised handle, blade guard and dual safety switch to prevent accidental start up.
Electric steering reduces steer effort by 90%, while the control handle minimizes the arm movement needed to change directions to reduce fatigue, increase productivity and allow the operator to remain inside the truck footprint.
42.7cc Petrol Power Unit & control handle with 10 essential acessories!
The manual pump is operated via an ergonomic control handle which is cushioned and raises the load to full height with five cycles.
The easy-to-operate single-axis control handle enables excellent operator control, and power steering enhances maneuverability by allowing each set of wheels to turn independently for better handling in narrow aisles and tight spaces.
* Before firing, make sure the manual control handle that secures the mount cradle to the universal pintle adapter is actually locked.
Service technicians can use the multifunction control handle to perform diagnostics and set-up the truck's acceleration rate, top travel speed and hydraulic function speeds.
Six key tractor functions are at the operator's fingertips with the new, customer-designed, ergonomic, multi-functional control handle that integrates gear and throttle control.