panic switch

panic switch

An electric switch that controls a security lighting system in a home; often located in the master bedroom.
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Charles-based alternative rock band The Giving Moon and Panic Switch, a hard-rocking outfit out of Chicago, will musically duke it out for a chance to win $1000 and move on to the next level of competition, where even bigger prizes await.
Delivery And Installation Of Complete Six (6) Camera System On One (1) 28 Arboc Bus With Eight (8) Camera Dvr, Hdd(S), Cameras, Remote System Monitor, panic Switch, Gps Receiver, Wiring, Wireless Network Access Point With Three (3) Year Parts And Labor Warranty.
Employees who feel threatened pull down on the badges panic switch, and his/her location appears on badges worn by employees near the incident.
Washington, August 16 ( ANI ): US Presidential candidate Mitt Romney has been accused by rock band 'Silversun Pickups' of playing their 2009 hit "Panic Switch" on his campaign, without their permission.
An internal panic switch can be added to prevent entrapment.
The group recently performed an unplugged session, available on mtv.com, that features six songs, including "Panic Switch," "Lazy Eye" and "Kissing Families."
SILVERSUN PICKUPS: Panic Switch. Nothing to worry about, never mind panic with this tormented bittersweet guitars swirling rough and tumble and a voice rising above it with a bizarre kind of innocent ring to it..
A phone for children designed by Sanyo Electric Co Ltd was also launched by DoCoMo this month offering features including location pinpointing technology and a panic switch with alarm.
"[Property] managers pushed the panic switch and started offering specials, but that burned off during the first quarter 2002," he said.
The cabs of all Travel West Midland buses are equipped with a safety screen, radio contact, panic switch and bandit alarm, while ticket inspectors are issued with a radio to call for assistance.
I grabbed the phone and in a panic switched it off.