width control

width control

[′width kən‚trōl]
(electronics)
Control that adjusts the width of the pattern on the screen of a cathode-ray tube in a television receiver or oscilloscope.
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Control of light shelf variables Angle control Width control Case 1 0.3 m fixed Case 2 -10[degrees], 0[degrees], 0.6 m fixed 10[degrees], 20[degrees], 30[degrees] Case 3 0.1m-0.6m (width is adjustable in stages at intervals of 0.1 m) TABLE 5: Setting of light shelf variables for performance evaluation.
An automatic width control of the entering fabric controls the centred entry into the stenter and protects the transport system from critical mechanical loads.
There are plenty of high-tech bells and whistles, like Active Room Compensation technology, which adjusts sound output to the composition of the room (including furniture placement and your own position relative to the speaker), and Beam Width Control, which lets you direct the sound to a specific spot--or let it blast from all 360 degrees.
The BeoLab 90 offers unique Beam Width Control, which enables to change the width of the sound beam to suit different listening situations.
State-of-the-art technology at the firm includes an all new textile calendering system; a four-roll inclined Z calender system; an automatic mass measuring and gauge control system; a fully equipped operator control panel with automatic and manual capabilities; let-off and wind-up accumulators that permit uninterrupted production during raw roll and finished roll changes; a cooling drum tower that provides stable control of material tack automatically; a pin barrel extruder; automatic web centering and width control units; pre-tension and post-tension control units; a heavy duty hydraulic splice press; fully integrated PLC drive systems; dual raw material let-off stations; dual finished material wind-up and liner let-off stations; perforation capability; and a clean environment.
These studies demonstrate the combined benefits of micro-crack deformation modes to dissipate damage in ductile composites, tight crack width control for reduced corrosive transport properties, and material ductility in mitigating structural damage from steel corrosion embedded in ECC materials.
Also within the Display tab is the Cursor Options Width control. This tool is designed to change the width of the cursor that appears on the screen, making it easier to locate and follow the cursor when entering information.
Features include 10-ps pulse resolution with 4-ns transition time; 32 Vpp into open-circuit with programmable output impedance; internal PWM modulation and external width control; a 3.8" color LCD; free ArbConnection software; Ethernet, USB, and GPIB interfaces; and multi-instrument synchronization.
Furthermore the Commission wants "systematic peak width control" in gamma spectrometry systems.
The spot control holds the massage just where you need it and the adaptive width control adjusts the spacing of the rollers along the spine for a custom-tailored experience.
In addition, the camera now includes all standard trigger modes, such as pulse width control, edge pre-select and long-time exposure.