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push-button

(electronics)
A roughly fingertip-sized plastic cover attached to a spring-loaded, normally-open switch, which, when pressed, closes the switch. Typical examples are the keys on a computer or calculator keyboard and mouse buttons.
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Mahindra and Mahindra (NSE: M&M), is equipping the facelift version of the XUV500 with push-button start and stop system and passive keyless entry.
TOM: And by the way, the reason manufacturers have switched over to push-button stop-and-start systems is for convenience.
Buyers are particularly fascinated by push-button cars, he told Arab News on Sunday.
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superb." It went as follows: It''s a super set, superhet; with a Bush push-button push-pull output!
The push-button safety mechanism instantly protects against needle-stick injury.
The Stinger LED HP, which measures 9.23 inches in length and weighs 13.6 ounces, offers a multi-function, head-mounted push-button switch.
has introduced a compact push-button control for applications such as joysticks, multifunction handles and control panels in mobile equipment.
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The user-friendly mixers offer cost-efficient dispersion with easy-to-use features including automatic dispersions, mode and batch timer, push-button speed control, maintenance-free digital speed indicator and electrohydraulic raise and lower feature with push-buttons.
Thanks for Jerelyn Delak's letter ("Push-button sewing," Spring 2008).