limit stop

limit stop

[′lim·ət ‚stäp]
(ordnance)
An arm or part used to limit angular motions, as of a gun turret.
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Using multiple communication channels that include smartphone applications and direct phone calls, customers can place market orders (MKT), limit orders (LMT), stop loss/profit orders (STP), limit stop loss/profit orders (STP LMT), market on close orders (MOC), limit on close orders (LOC), trail orders, and trail stop limit orders.
In addition, the new limit stop offers another safety feature, switching off the hoist and lowering movement as soon as the bumper touches the stop valve.
Some 85 per cent of players setting a time or money limit stop playing, or stop putting in any new money, when that limit is reached and then walk away.
It also features a high-temperature limit stop offering an added degree of safety in the bath.
All models have Kohler ceramic disc valves and premium materials provide durability and reliability, and a high-temperature limit stop safety feature makes it easy to preset a maximum temperature to prevent scalding.
A damped stroke limit stop gives a soft and quiet action.
The diagrams from figure 3 were obtained by manually moving the transducer close to a mechanical limit stop.
Also, a unique limit stop system enables users to strip and reassemble the system themselves.
Type P valves come with an adjustable limit stop that can be set to prevent handle rotation to the maximum hot-water position.
The electronic valve built into the lavatory faucet also monitors the mixture of hot and cold water to help provide a consistent temperature for the user, while its high temperature limit stop offers an added degree of safety.