static switching

static switching

[′stad·ik ′swich·iŋ]
(electricity)
Switching of circuits by means of magnetic amplifiers, semiconductors, and other devices that have no moving parts.
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30 January 2017 - US-based private equity firm Dunes Point Capital, LLC has acquired power distribution, static switching, and power monitoring equipment maker Power Distribution, Inc.
Located in Richmond, Virginia, PDI designs, manufactures, and services mission critical power distribution, static switching, and power monitoring equipment for corporate data centers, industrial and commercial customers sold under the PDI and Onyx Power brands.
Located in Richmond, VA, PDI designs, manufactures, and services mission critical power distribution, static switching, and power monitoring equipment for corporate data centers, industrial and commercial customers sold under the PDI and Onyx Power brands.
Founded in 1978, PDI designs, manufactures, and services mission critical power distribution, static switching, and power monitoring equipment for corporate data centers, industrial and commercial customers sold under the PDI and Onyx Power brands.
Each system can have a fixed role as master or slave throughout the simulation time, which is called static switching. In dynamic switching, a system can switch its role one or more times.
Static Switching. Static switching is the case in which the role of the system as master or slave is fixed.
The responses of master system and slave system(s) are shown in case of single master static switching synchronization, where CNN-3 cells, Liu, and Financial systems act as masters, respectively.