Because of the on-off control
of the diesel generator (shown in Section 3.4) and the self-switch-off function of the battery model, the device to prevent the battery from overdischarging is not needed in this system.
Dawson (1982) Evidence for on-off control
of wheat dissipation from the tail of the rat.
The program that controlled the thermal sensor circuit in the present study was a simple modification of the on-off control
However, there are not many control algorithms on the application of MRE devices (to the best of our knowledge); the sinusoidal and random responses of 1DOF and 2-DOF systems have shown that stiffness on-off control
systems using MRE isolated vibration efficiently .
The ON-OFF control
has two states; it is either fully ON or fully OFF state.
For example, for an area that's 100 square feet or more and uses more than 0.5 watts per square foot, the 2013 version required a manual on-off control
with raising and lowering capabilities, plus an additional control with four choices, some of which were required anyway in other sections.
When receiving the commands of host computers, PWM output and data communication will, respectively, execute the PWM dimming commands and on-off control
. Moreover, the existing module is used by constant-current driver, which can select the corresponding constant-current drivers according to the needs of lamps.
The switches include (8) double pole, (8) single pole mini-slide switches for on-off control
of all signals between DTE and DCE and an EIA/TIA RS-530/530-A selector slide switch.
Designed for on-off control
, ball valves (see Figure 1) use quarter-turn actuation, which starts or stops flow by positioning a metallic ball in a straight-through flow path.
* Under voltage lock-out, output short-circuit protection, over-current and over-temperature protections, and an on-off control
Furthermore, this LSI supports ON-OFF control
, which the LED backlight in LCD TVs uses to improve the picture quality and reduce power consumption.