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on-off switch

[′ȯn ′ȯf ‚swich]
(electricity)
A switch used to turn a receiver or other equipment on or off; often combined with a volume control in radio and television receivers.
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Unfortunately the El Nino is not an on-off switch, so just because the El Nino has finished in terms of its broad-scale indicators, it doesn't mean that imminent widespread rain is about to occur to break the drought,'' Beard said.
Each channel features a manual current adjustment, on-off switch, and polarity switch.
Standard features include a power on-off switch with thermal overloads on the pump and motor and an adjustable low-vacuum warning horn.
It's this gas that operates the insect's on-off switch.
His team reports that a cell can stifle Reprimo activity by attaching chemical methyl groups to a DNA on-off switch, called a promoter, that's near the gene.
They include 7-ft long 3-prong power cord, black finish, and a lighted on-off switch on the front.
The units feature a standard black finish and include an 84" long, three-prong power cord and a lighted on-off switch on the front panel.
The device comes with an AC adapter for power and features an on-off switch with power indicator, glass lens, adjustable focus and a mechanical shutter.
Features include lock and key for outer door, a four-digit password to protect unauthorized changes to temperature set-points and alarms, and a lockplate over the power on-off switch.
Designed to be easily operated by a single technician, the operator control panel includes a master load on-off switch, load step on-off industrial toggle switches, blower on-off push buttons with a blower failure light and blower and load voltage selector switches.
According to the NHTSA, there is an on-off switch that vehicle owners and leasees can obtain if they can certify that they, or a user of the vehicle, are in one of the four risk groups below.
95); the low-flow showerhead and on-off switch will save enough energy to pay for itself in six months.