switching circuit

switching circuit

[′swich·iŋ ‚sər·kət]
(electricity)
A constituent electric circuit of a switching or digital processing system which receives, stores, or manipulates information in coded form to accomplish the specified objectives of the system.
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The auto-power switching circuit is necessary so that a user doesn't need to flip a switch or change a jumper when changing power sources.
Even then if the power loss is more, the PV array is dynamically reconfigured using the switching circuit based on the commands from the microcontroller.
General Purpose Input/Output interface) in order to control the switching circuit.
The transmitter is powered either through the DVI pin from the PC or by a +5V power adaptor with an auto-power switching circuit.
Technicians were updating the main switching circuit for STC Kingdomwide when it was detected that there was a major fault and part of the network went down.
According to the company, the RJK60S5DPK is suitable for use in the primary power switching circuit of a power supply unit, which converts alternating current (AC) to direct current (DC).
The following section presents the new feedback switching circuit that allows changing sensitivity of input circuit.
In this report a switching circuit have been introduced as shown in Figure 19.
ON Semiconductor has introduced the NUS3116, an integrated charging and power switching circuit for small form factor portable electronics.
Eccles and Jordan invent the flip-flop electronic switching circuit