speed lock

speed lock

An autopilot mode in which the TAS (true air speed), or in some cases the ground speed, is held constant.
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Tenders are invited for Various Spares For High Speed Lock Stitch Sewing Machine Model 1130 Bls (27 Items)
The speed lock technology in the inner core of the ball makes it efficient in controlling the speed and spin rates.
Instead, the Maxus has a unique system called a Speed Lock Forearm that appears to belong on an over-under instead of a semi-auto.
A more modern arrangement is now being made by Dayton-Traister as their Speed Lock Kit P-14/17 Enfield DSLP.
In addition to the fluid head, the Video 20 SB system contains the Speed Lock CF HD (heavy-duty) tripod, which is "impressive" due to its low dead weight, a double extendable quick fastener, as well as a transport length of only 75cm.
Other innovations include a Vector Pro Lengthened Forcing Cone that is 2" longer than other systems, and the Speed Lock Forearm, a lever-operated system that replaces the traditional screw-on magazine cap found on most shotguns.
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As part of the drive to improve safety, the authorities have implemented several new initiatives over the last few months, including mandatory registration and testing of trailers as well as speed locks for buses and banning additional seats in the central aisles of buses.