electronic control


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electronic control

[i‚lek′trän·ik kən′trōl]
(electronics)
The control of a machine or process by circuits using electron tubes, transistors, magnetic amplifiers, or other devices having comparable functions.
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The new company is to design electronic control software and semiconductors.
Originally designed to more accurately control the refrigeration process, a new breed of electronic control systems are being developed that handle all aspects of a company's heating, air conditioning and lighting systems in addition to managing refrigeration operations.
The automotive engine electronic control system market analysis is provided for the international markets including development trends, competitive landscape analysis, and key regions development status.
Uses intelligent electronic control to effectively prevent personally identifiable information and intellectual property from inappropriately moving within or outside an enterprise and to proactively address such risk by identifying inappropriately stored information
Keeping brake pressure balanced on all brake pads in a vehicle is so much easier in a system of sensors, actuators, servos, electronic controls, and software.
In prototyping such an intricate part, the interaction of all the production data would simply overwhelm a manual or less sophisticated electronic control.
A subset of Orchestria's 250 best practice policies, The Electronic Control Foundation Policies constitute the initial required level of control that leading enterprises must implement to address the unacceptable risk of uncontrolled electronic message, web, and file activity.
of Bestex Company, stated "In a lengthy and rambling January 10, 2008 press release, Taser International stated that 'Bestex has represented that it has exited the electronic control device market place as a result of the litigation' (that is Taser International, Inc.
When there is need for greater acceleration, an electronic control unit compensates by adding power from the engine.
Position Sensors: Position Sensors are sophisticated systems that provide location inputs of a moving part to the electronic control unit.
Technology Research Corporation is engaged in the design, manufacture and marketing of electronic control and measurement devices related to the distribution of electrical power.

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