self-reset

self-reset

[¦self ′rē‚set]
(electricity)
Automatically returning to the original position when normal conditions are resumed; applied chiefly to relays and circuit breakers.
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Along with MIM 2016, PATECCO offers the tool Self-Service Password Reset (SSPR), allowing an end user to self-reset his password in remotely from any location with different types of verification mechanisms.
A self-reset feature within the stroking mechanism assists with energy-absorption.
These integrated analog input Class D audio amplifiers from International Rectifier offer high peak music power output, with no mechanical heatsink required, split or single power supply, differential or single-ended input, over-current, over-temperature and under voltage protections with self-reset function, start and stop click noise reduction, high noise immunity, and they are RoHS compliant.
A variety of models featuring manual-, electric-, or self-reset capability can accommodate virtually any lock-out switching application in the electric power industry.
In addition the new 200V device features an analog PWM modulator with frequency up to 800 kHz, programmable bidirectional over-current protection (OCP) with self-reset control, under-voltage lockout protection (UVLO), and programmable preset deadtime for a scalable power design.
Key IRS2092 features include an analog PWM modulator with frequency up to 800 kHz, programmable bidirectional over-current protection (OCP) with self-reset control, under-voltage lockout protection (UVLO), and programmable preset deadtime for a scalable power design.
Operating up to 800kHz, other key features of the IRS20965 include programmable bidirectional over-current detection with self-reset function, high noise immunity, A100 V ratings to deliver up to 500W in output power and 3.
Greater protection is achieved with an integrated programmable bi-directional current-sensing feature with self-reset function that allows the high-voltage IC to sense the exact point of the switching cycle.
These PTC thermistors provide a self-reset function, allowing the resistance to be restored to the original low level after the cause of overcurrent is removed and heat generation stops.