low side

low side

[′lō ‚sīd]
(computer science)
The part of a controller or other remote device that communicates with terminals or other remote devices, rather than with the host computer.
References in classic literature ?
From the whaleboat, up the low side of the Arangi, and over her six- inch rail of teak to her teak deck, was but a step, and Tom Haggin made it easily with Jerry still under his arm.
"You must come and stay with me, and we'll lie low side by side.
"Highest temperatures on the low side for the time of year, expected to reach just 11C to 14C in light variable breezes.
Indirect bidders were awarded 39.8%, in line with last month's 38.5%, but on the low side of recent offerings that have been in the 50% range.
"South Lake County is a tight market and inventory is on the low side."
FOOTBALL A VICTORY for Arsenal over Newcastle tonight would take them into the top four of the Premier League, but there is a chance that their bookings quote from Sporting Index could be on the low side, writes Ian Wilkerson.
On the basis of type, the intelligent power switches market can be segmented as high side switches and low side switches.
Move the lamb to the low side of the grill and cook until an instant-read thermometer inserted into the thickest part of the meat registers 140degF/60degC for medium, 15 to 20 minutes.
In this application two low side (synchronous rectifier) FETs are connected in parallel since they will be conducting for a much longer period compared to the single high side (Control) FET.
A thermostatic expansion valve, as used in nearly all direct expansion (DX) systems, is a kind of low side control because it modulates the refrigerant liquid flow based on measurement of the pressure and temperature at the evaporator outlet (which of course is on the low side of the system).
The project involves of Civil Structure, Finishing & Low Side Services Works of Residential Towers (G+9 to G+13 Storey Buildings), Basements, Compounding Wall, and other miscellaneous works.