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preset

Electronics a control, such as a variable resistor, that is not as accessible as the main controls and is used to set initial conditions

preset

[′prē‚set]
(computer science)
Of a variable, having a value established before the first time it is used.
To initialize a value of a variable before the value of the variable is used or tested.
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Lighting consoles can grab touch-screen preset stations and control/dimming racks and combine them with live theatrical production.
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