floating control

floating control

[¦flōd·iŋ kən′trōl]
(engineering)
Control device in which the speed of correction of the control element (such as a piston in a hydraulic relay) is proportional to the error signal. Also known as proportional-speed control.
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From a single user-friendly interface, homes can manage themselves by simply dragging and dropping floating control icons.
A spokesperson for Teledyne LeCroy said the company's HVFO high-voltage fiber-optic probe (Figure 1) was a popular attraction at APEC--commenting that the probe is suitable for measuring upper-side gate drive signals, floating control signals, or floating sensor signals.
There is a unique floating control system to master and once you do the game does become good fun.
"The River Tyne is one of the cleanest in the UK and the Port of Tyne encourages safe river recreational use - I wish everyone taking part the very best of luck." The Port's pilot boat Collingwood will be leading the swimmers, acting as a floating control centre and leading two other safety boats and 12 kayaks.
Captain White was put in charge of Spectrum's floating control centre - Cloudbase.
The dashboard is clean and typically minimalist with Volvo's trademark floating control panel.
At the same time, a host of features has been added, including flexible series and parallel connectivity between units of different power levels, full medical and industrial approvals for safety and EMC, up to six outputs from 3.3 to 150 Vdc from a universal ac (85 to 264 V) or dc (120 to 370 V)input, floating controls and signals, field replaceable fans, an advanced logic interface, and an extended operating temperature range from -20[degrees] to +70[degrees]C.