operator's console

operator's console

[′äp·ə‚rād·ərz ′kän‚sōl]
(computer science)
Equipment which provides for manual intervention and monitoring computer operation.
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The operator's console meanwhile has a modern and clear arrangement and features a number of service and control functions to optimise the work process.
Emergency brake controls are referred to as "mushrooms" on transit trains, protruding from the operator's console so they can be slammed down with a swift slap of the palm.
The Zahn R300 power unit includes a Kohler gas engine, operator's console, and articulation joint that enables the front end to perform like a dedicated unit.
System operations, including the control of the tracking antenna, are centralized in the operator's console located in the de-briefing room, which is the third ACMI component.
By inspecting every pixel, all imperfections in the print -- set to customer specific tolerances -- are identified at full press speed and displayed on the press operator's console to allow corrective to be taken.
These provide remote viewing of the LHD operation on the operator's console. An optional feature is an automatic detection system that will sense personnel or other vehicles and stop the LHD should there be any danger of a collision.
Load control is infinite and is dialed up from the operator's console from no load to full load.
An emergency shutdown switch is located on the operator's console, and the machine is equipped with the es!lok exit-side lockout system.
The parking brake is controlled by an electric switch from the operator's console and is automatically applied when the engine is shut off.

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