reversing switch

reversing switch

[ri′vərs·iŋ ‚swich]
(electricity)
A switch intended to reverse the connections of one part of a circuit.
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The WPX45 features a formed steel, closed-loop handle with integrated reversing switch, and travels at a top speed of 3.5 miles per hour loaded.
A reversing switch included in the OLTC allows reversing connections of the regulation winding so that it is connected either additive (positive tap positions) or subtractive (negative tap positions).
The reversing switch is mounted on the foot pedal assembly and controls the forward and reverse rotation of the electric turntable.
Friend Michael Carver, local wizard electrician, rigged up a reversing switch. Now, by grinding one side and end of the pad on one fixture, I can reverse the motor, hang the pad from the other fixture to tackle the diametric opposite sides and arcs with the pad pulling against the wheel at all times on all points for the smoothest possible finish.
Magnetic, ratcheting handle with reversing switch, 7-in (nominal) overall length, 3/16-in and 9/32-in slotted bits, #1 and #2 Phillips bits.
Pre-configured, application-specific models include voltmeter transfer switches, ammeter transfer switches, motor starting switches, a motor reversing switch and a heater control switch.
Preconfigured, application-specific models include voltmeter, ammeter, temperature-meter, and wattmeter transfer switches; a wattmeter reversing switch; a power factor switch; and a motor control switch.
It needs no reversing switch. It has no limit on speed because it must be mounted at least 10 feet from the floor.
Once an exposure is completed, I use a reversing switch to drive the slide back to the starting position.
Foot pedal assemblies are made of steel taking a way the chance of pedals breaking, mounted on that foot pedal assembly is the reversing switch which controls the forward and reverse rotation of the electric turntable.
Other highlights include dual articulating load wheel, a crawl speed button for travel with handle in the upright position and a smart auto reversing switch. Jungheinrich, 877-543-6757, www.jungheinrich-lift.com.
Mounted on the foot pedal assembly is the reversing switch which controls the forward and reverse rotation of the electric turntable.