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bi·sta·ble

 (bī′stā′bəl)
adj.
Relating to or having two stable states.

bi′sta·bil′i·ty (-stə-bĭl′ĭ-tē) n.

bistable

(baɪˈsteɪbəl)
adj
(Electronics) having two stable states: bistable circuit.
n
(Electronics) computing another name for flip-flop2
Translations

bistable

[baɪˈsteɪbl] ADJ (Comput) → biestable

bistable

adj (Tech) → bistabil
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In all cases, in the event of power loss, the bi-stable technology will keep the current message on the display, which does not happen with other Display technologies such as TFT LCDs.
As the slot width is increased, the bi-stable region moves towards the center of the base, its location stabilizing for slot widths between 20mm and 25mm.
Next, we will examine two completely novel models of epigenetically sensitized bi-stable obesity and thus begin a mechanistic dissection of phenotypic variation.
Thanks to a bi-stable solenoid, the currentless guard locking system can reduce the energy consumption of the safety gate system.
The company's spring or bi-stable solenoids consume up to 50% less energy than IRIS shutters and as much as 15% less energy than competing rotary solenoid technologies.
The Freudenstein/GM Young Investigator Award was awarded to the paper "Assured Safety Drill with Bi-Stable Bit Retraction Mechanism" authored by Paul M.
Popular among youngsters in the late Eighties and early-Nineties, slap wraps are bracelets consisting of layered, flexible stainless steel bi-stable spring bands sealed within a fabric or plastic cover.
It is based on a bi-stable reeled composite material from Lymington-based firm RolaTube that enables a rind tubular or curved structure to be rolled up like a tape measure.
A careful balance of forces--through the precise placement of a permanent magnet in the valve core--produces a bi-stable valve.
The hypermarkets will install a total of 70,000 Pricer DotMatrix graphic Electronic Shelf Labels (ESL) using electronic paper display technology, also referred to as a bi-stable display technology.
There is, however, an example that demonstrates unstable behavior related to design; this might explain the so-called bi-stable behavior of certain joint design configurations during soldering.
Hoyt Electrical Instrument Works has announced the C 12 Bi-Stable, Mag Sensor and Magnet, and the ELE Sensors.