reset action

reset action

[′rē‚set ‚ak·shən]
(control systems)
Floating action in which the final control element is moved at a speed proportional to the extent of proportional-position action.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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An integrated trigger safety with a Reset Action System trigger requires positive finger pressure to operate, and the striker-fired M9-A1 also incorporates a keyed safety lock.
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Improvements in these indexes can be made by adjusting the controller gain or by using additional modes, such as rate action, and/or reset action.
It might also be possible to alter the properties of one or more components in order to stabilize the system without increasing the offset band and without resorting to reset action. Also, it is true that in actual systems non-linearities affect stability.
The switch is also offered in standard or low-force momentary action, as well as reset action, and with roller lever or pushbutton actuators.
During the dual thermocouple trial, adaptive reset action was disabled, but the system learned the reset values for the screw speeds that were applied during the final trial.
The integrated trigger safety with the Reset Action System trigger requires positive finger pressure to operate the double-action-only mechanism.
The reset action safety (safety condition one) is the lever above the trigger that in conjunction with an internal striker lock prevents firing if the pistol is accidentally dropped.
In keeping with the modern trend, the pistol has a striker-ignition system that is operated by what the BATF has classified double-action-only, but what Steyr calls a "reset action" trigger.
The R4D system involves not only moving equipment destined for reset actions but also intrathe-ater redistribution and redeployment of all equipment needing disposition.