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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This amount does not includes the expenses of acquisition of the electronic control device.
18 -- Parker Hannifin has introduced a complete new line of electronic controls that enable users to optimize hydraulic performance and efficiency in a wide range of mobile and industrial open circuit applications.
South Korea-based Hyundai Motor Group has completed the registration of a new electronic control systems company, named Hyundai Autron.
QUENTIN SAYS: Astra hood electronic control units have been on back order for a long time.
The electronic control unit receives information on wheel speed from sensors at each wheel, as well as brake pressures at each brake port of the tandem modulating valve.
Features electronic control system tied to the Beast's electronic system.
BAE SYSTEMS Platform Solutions, part of BAE SYSTEMS North America, is a leading global supplier of integrated electronic control products, subsystems, and man-machine interface systems for air, space, sea, and ground vehicles.
A 10-channel electronic control box determines the current sent to each set of 4 LEDs.
The control system designed for this application utilizes state-of-the-art hydraulic and electronic control components, and the company developed a custom programming package for this system.
Caterpillar reports that its electronic engine technology cost $250 million to develop and uses the company's ADEM III electronic control module combined with electronically controlled fuel injection and air-to-air cooling.
This new unit incorporates their electronic control systems with forced air cooling for both the induction heating coil and the electronic control unit.

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