speed control

speed control

[′spēd kən‚trōl]
(electricity)
A control that changes the speed of a motor or other drive mechanism, as for a phonograph or magnetic tape recorder.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Should the disturbance approach from the rear, as in case of a faster-moving craft overhauling me, the mechanism actuates the speed control as well as the steering gear, and the flier shoots ahead and either up or down, as the oncoming vessel is upon a lower or higher plane than herself.
The speed control operation has been completed, said the press office of the Interior Ministry.The special police operation against speeding detected 44,539 speeding offences throughout the country.
Geneva implemented a speed control policy in 1996 following a study by a previous task force.
In a statement, it said, 'The ROP, represented by the Directorate General of Traffic, confirms that there has been no change in the mechanism used for the operation of speed control devices.
Adveez has announced completion of its third airport Ground Support Equipment (GSE) Speed Control System (SCS) installation at Lyon Airport (LYS) in France, following the celebrated success of similar systems currently adopted by Nice (NCE) and Marseille (MRS) airports, the company said.
M2 EQUITYBITES-March 22, 2018-ADVEEZ completes 3rd installation of airport GSE speed control system
KTR says it has recently developed an "eco" cooler with a continuous variable speed control measuring the oil inlet temperature by means of a sensor and using real time data to control the variable speed motor and achieve a more efficient cooling process.
Figure 1 shows the digital controller based SRM Speed control. Digital Controller such as H-Infinity controller and GA based Controller.
KB Electronics (Coral Springs, FL) has introduced 2 battery powered DC/DC low voltage motor speed control models.
South Miami, FL, December 09, 2014 --(PR.com)-- An innovative and highly useful improvement on a widely used feature found in every modern vehicle, the Speed Control, has been developed by Omar Mansour of Orland Park, Illinois.
Both vehicles feature fingertip operator controls with international symbols to identify functions and smooth, stepless speed control in forward and reverse.