electric operator

electric operator

An electrically powered mechanism used to open or close a casement window, hatch, damper, or the like.
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It is also the first time that Curtiss-Wright, a world leader in hardware and software for power plant management, has executed an exclusive sales agreement with an electric operator for its proprietary software.
It is the second Italian electric operator with about 11,000MW of installed capacity, according to its website.
The low-profile (only 32 l/2-inch to the bore centerline) and electric Operator Presence Control reduces the risk of roll over, an important feature on high-torque machines.
The low-profile (only 32-1/2-inch to the bore centerline) and electric Operator Presence Control (OPC) greatly reduce the risk of roll over, an important feature on high-torque machines.
Seuster's Thermolift door has an opening speed of 1m a second, when combined with their appropriate electric operator. The door's 0.5m a second closing speed rapidly reseals the aperture to retain the heat inside the building.
The low-profile (only 32-1/2-inch to the bore centerline) and electric Operator Presence Control reduces the risk of roll over, an important feature on high-torque machines.
The low profile--only 32 1/2 inch to the bore centerline--and electric Operator Presence Control greatly reduce the risk of roll over, and important feature on high-torque machines.
The low profile and electric Operator Presence Control reduces the risk of roll over on this high-torque machine.
Whereas the Lower 48 is a network of interconnected power grids, Alaska has more than 150 standalone electrical grids, including six major electric operators in the Railbelt region that collectively own billions of dollars in interconnected generation and transmission assets that deliver electricity to customers across a span stretching from Homer on the Kenai Peninsula to Fairbanks in the Interior.