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power switch

[′pau̇·ər ‚swich]
(electricity)
An electric switch which energizes or deenergizes an electric load; ranges from ordinary wall switches to load-break switches and disconnecting switches in power systems operating at voltages of hundreds of thousands of volts.
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If you're just getting started, you'll need to turn on some power switches. You'll probably want to get to the Pack-A-Punch machine to upgrade your weapons too.
When it is discharged, the power switch segments are turned off.
Network alarm monitoring solutions DPS Telecom announced on Friday the release of its new Remote Power Switch, enabling users to easily switch on, switch off and reboot equipment.
The direct-current (DC) version of its iBoot remote power solution is a single-circuit power switch that allows remote equipment to be rebooted or power-controlled over an IP network using a simple Web browser interface.
Most models also offer surge suppression, filtered and electronically regulated outputs, individual power LED indicators, removable terminal blocks with locking screw flange, power switch with built-in circuit breaker, and camera synchronization circuitry, all in a 2U rack-mount chassis.
Green Power Switch (GPS) enables environmentally-conscious households, businesses, and organizations to fund electric generation from renewable sources, such as the sun, wind, and methane gas.
To partially counteract the added power of the OCS, Denkmeier developed a unique Power Switch. This nicely machined and anodized accessory comes in two varieties: a single-lens 0.6x model and a dual-lens premium model, which I tested.
After the power switch is hooked up to a 24-volt battery --which any standard military vehicle will have--and a green button is pressed, the container geometrically morphs into three shapes: a box to a triangle to a rectangle in one minute and 37 seconds.
The power cut occurred at terminal three of the airport at 0200 local time, during a routine power switch. Airport officials rebooted the computer, however American Airlines lost the use of its computers in its main offices, as well as at passenger check-ins and curbside check-ins.
Its other features, which are the same as the M2000DFMN model, include a reverse nosepiece, a one-piece stage/stage holder, a .65 condenser, a disc diaphragm with five annuli, cord hangers, color-coded coaxial focusing knobs, a lighted on/off power switch, an "Ultra Lite" illuminator and a one-piece field condenser housing/base.
Mini-Mover conveyors are delivered fully assembled with motor controls, power switch and power cord.