preprogrammed

pre·pro·gram

 (prē-prō′grăm′, -grəm)
tr.v. pre·pro·grammed, pre·pro·gram·ming, pre·pro·grams or pre·pro·gramed or pre·pro·gram·ing
To program in advance; preset.

preprogrammed

(priːˈprəʊɡræmd)
adj
1. (Computer Science) (of a computer or electronic device) having been programmed in advance
2. (of a living creature) genetically biased towards a particular behaviour
Translations

preprogrammed

preprogramed (US) [ˌpriːˈprəʊgræmd] ADJpreprogramado
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The Global Hawk aircraft are primarily flown by onboard computers using preprogrammed instructions.
Now every QUV is said to feature the convenient storage of 10 preprogrammed, commonly used test cycles, including ISO and ASTM exposure cycles.
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The first was Scout, a rough-terrain vehicle that travels at up to 20 mph using preprogrammed navigation and obstacle avoidance.
The benefits to the customer are that the machine functions can be very easily monitored via the pictorial display, and the machine can be preprogrammed to customer requirements during commissioning by our engineer.
Outdoor and indoor temperature sensors enable the fuel computer to initiate boiler cycling when tenants need heat and stop cycling as soon as interiors have reached a preprogrammed temperature.
The crusher can chew the material at more than one million lb of crushing force until the preprogrammed size is achieved.
An access number, preprogrammed into the handheld device and determined by the user's ZIP code, is dialed, allowing users to download the DTN information they need.
After each jump, the robot rights itself via a preprogrammed microprocessor that reads an internal compass and a gimbal mechanism which rotates the offset-weighted internal workings to roll it around to the desired direction.
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