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power-driven

[′pau̇·ər ‚driv·ən]
(mechanical engineering)
Of a component or piece of equipment, moved, rotated, or operated by electrical or mechanical energy, as in a power-driven fan or power-driven turret.
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Minors older than 16 who operate, assist in the operation of or ride in or on power-driven farm machinery may not work more than 25 hours a week during school weeks.
The power-driven fingerprint sensor uses a Bioscrpyt MV1200 DSP TI processor.
Two years later, Gibson, along with George Raymond Sr., received a patent on the power-driven, narrow-aisle truck called the model 700 Spacemaker.
The Wright brothers in America fly the first power-driven plane.
There are a number of power-driven feed and guide rolls that propel a log endwise along a fixed path.
Leadership that is purely power-driven will almost inevitably become corrupted; power will be abused.
Its castings markets include: power-driven hand tools; motorcycle and bicycle parts; agricultural vehicles and equipment; construction vehicles and machinery; dairy equipment; pumps; and valves.