manual switching

manual switching

[′man·yə·wəl ′swich·iŋ]
(electronics)
Method by which manual connection is made between two or more teletypewriter circuits.
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"That means you can forget manual switching and worries about security once and for all.
Built-in Bluetooth enables both safe communication and entertainment options, with audio streaming as well as simultaneous pairing of two smartphones to receive calls from either phone without manual switching. The passenger-friendly KENWOOD Music Mix technology lets up to five phones connect to the receiver simultaneously to easily switch between streaming content from each phone.
The StartSelect system offers manual switching between two modes.
"In each private office, ON/OFF control of the general lighting will be provided by a combination of manual switching and vacancy sensing.
Battery usage in satellite mode is significantly heavier, which is why the unit is set up for manual switching between sat ellite and cellular modes, with a touchscreen button and confirmation.
With manual switching, lights can be left ON accidentally if nighttime security takes an unexpected path and misses a switch or an occupant leaves the space with the manual switch ON because the lights were overridden to OFF because the lights were dimmed.
Aperture-defined collimating devices serve this purpose, but the manual switching of aperture sizes slows the research process.
The firm's technology, which is currently used by around half of the UK's regional electricity companies, provides an alternative to the traditional and time consuming method of visual fault location and manual switching. Clients of the technology include EDF, Central Electric and United Utilities.
Additional features include auto limit sensors that prevent accidental collisions and articulation conflicts, a state-of-the-art hand control that displays specific table positioning and status information, the IntelliPower[R] system, which provides dual power capability without manual switching, and a radiolucent, powered kidney elevator that does not obstruct fluoroscopy scans.
Manual switching allowing greater control and efficiency.