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n. also push button
A small button that activates an electric circuit when pushed.
adj. also push-but·ton (po͝osh′bŭt′n)
Equipped with or operated by a pushbutton.
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The unit also provides pushbutton temperature compensation and zeroing using a small keypad.
This convenient method of operation is still possible in hazardous areas because the shaft design of the rotary pushbutton through the housing is explosion-proof.
GunVault's traditional pushbutton access pad looks like the impressions of four fingers across the top of the unit, with the buttons at the end of the fingers.
The RP8100 Round Illuminated Pushbutton Series are offered in a sleek, round design and is available in a threaded or snap-in panel mount version.
Press the SW STATUS pushbutton to enter the software status menu.
According to Eurotherm, the input default range is 0% to 100% of the potentiometer range, but can be adjusted via TouchCAL pushbutton technology to any 20% portion of the potentiometer.
Insul-8's product line includes the original insulated figure 8 conductor bar, along with cable and hose reels, slip rings, cable festoon systems, and pushbutton pendant stations.
com) will show two movies, "Nuremberg: Its Lesson for Today" and "Chasing Ghosts: Beyond the Arcade," at the Pushbutton Summit 2010 (www.
The HS Series is available with 8 handle options, including castle, conical, and pushbutton styles.
Pepperl+Fuchs introduced Series IO Ultrasonic Sensors with pushbutton programming that provides fast and easy on-site sensor parameterization without any software.
Cooper Crouse-Hinds, a manufacturer of explosion-protected electrical equipment, has launched a new range of protective collars for use on its Ex 41 series of explosion-protected pushbutton actuators.
LED and pushbutton footprints allow users to supply the pushbuttons and LED's of their choosing.