muting switch

muting switch

[′myüd·iŋ ‚swich]
(electricity)
A switch used in connection with automatic tuning systems to silence the receiver while tuning from one station to another.
A switch used to ground the output of a phonograph pickup automatically while a record changer is in its change cycle.
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The M4000 integrated laser alignment tool, introduced by SICK, combines with the UE403 muting switch to form a two to four-beam muting system for use in automated material transport.