control function


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Noun1.control function - an operation that controls the recording or processing or transmission of interpretation of data; "a control operation started the data processing"
operation - (computer science) data processing in which the result is completely specified by a rule (especially the processing that results from a single instruction); "it can perform millions of operations per second"
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The use of these predesigned press control function blocks allows machine design engineers to easily and cost-effectively add critical safety control functions to both new and existing industrial press systems.
As noted, the Strategic GRC Framework acknowledges the unique role of each risk and control function.
There is a remote control function, programmable memory, random action function, voice control, and many dancing routines.
Promax has introduced the improved and self-programmable DP550 visual presenter, which features a new central control function allowing users to control the projector without incurring permanent hardware changes.
Other features include a theft control function with e-mail messaging to regular e-mail accounts or digital cell phones.
Executives will like its universal television remote control function.
EMC describes its new architecture as a matrix, a high-speed interconnect made up of dedicated point-to-point connections combined with global cache and an independent messaging and control function.
This HCI can be inserted into any similar system to run on multi-function consoles, thereby providing a user-friendly control function for the electro optical tracker and fire control functions.
The programming software supports all five TEC 61131-3 programming languages and is extended with a library of process control function blocks.
Performing processes that are the equivalents of ongoing compliance or the quality- control function.
The architecture makes use of a proprietary DSP (digital signal processor), and built-in RAM (random access memory) for servo control programming, to enhance the flexibility of the servo control function.
For automotive applications, perhaps the three most noteworthy enhancements are the CAN controller with up to two channels, an intelligent I/O block, which provides sophisticated waveform generation and timing measurement capability, and--for the M32C/86 Group--a stepping-motor control function that can control up to four motors simultaneously.