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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The drinking water enrichment is provided in parallel with these pumps with maximum flow and manual switching of the drinking water supply.
The front-panel rotary switches allow manual switching of the Model 9501 at all times, including during a power loss.
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.
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.
Manual switching allowing greater control and efficiency.
Additional features includes auto limit sensors that prevent accidental collisions and articulation conflicts; a state-of-the-hand control 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 will not obstruct fluoroscopy scans.
They can also provide manual switching control, thereby removing the need for an extra component, and the lever position visually indicates the present status: off, on or tripped due to a fault condition.
5 V and deliver up to 1 A, offer a set of features and options to simplify design and provide added flexibility Select devices have manual switching capabilities using the D0 and D1 control lines as well as an auto-switching mode where the switch-over is automatically set to the higher input voltage or determined by a voltage threshold set by an external resistor divider if the device features an adjustable threshold.
Such is the fundamental difference between manual switching devices and solid-state switching ICs, which have been in existence for some time (and of which the transistor is the evolutionary starting point).
We conclude that the trans mode produces better image alignment than modes using the manual switching of filter cubes; it also produces higher fluorescent intensity compared to the epi mode with a dual-pass mirror.