servocontrol

servocontrol

(ˈsɜːvəʊkənˌtrəʊl)
n
the use of, or action of using, a servomechanism in controlling a system of some kind
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In this system, when the tag is read by the wearable RFID reader, and the myoelectric signal of the flexor muscle exceeds the threshold value, the wrist joint servocontrol traces the work plane posture angle, and when the myoelectric signal of the extended muscle exceeds the threshold value, the tracing of the wrist joint control is canceled.
For the left and right lateral walls, the horizontal confining pressure of [[sigma].sub.3] was maintained constant by the wall servocontrol. However, both lateral walls moved vertically at the same speed as the bottom wall.
It also benefits from the latest servocontrol technology and is fully compliant with all international quality and regulatory standards.
Ranging from 55 to 180 metric tons, J-AD (Advanced) machines offer high-speed performance and high precision, attributed to the industry's fastest servocontrol unit (62 ms scan time), says JSW.
Steve Brown of SMW Systems, Santa Fe Springs, CA, says: "We showed the newest model of our rotary table product line--our latest servocontrol, where we have refined the RS-232 communication between the machine's CNC control and our servocontrol for the table."
The existing AD currently requires a one-time visual inspection to determine the part and serial number of the spoiler servocontrol and corrective action if necessary.
We thank Ron Arkin (director of Georgia Tech's Mobile Robot Laboratory) for use of the robot hardware and Nomadic Technologies for providing servocontrol software.
The sensors feed information to the system controls and test data-acquisition system, which feature 79 channels for data acquisition and force inputs and 25 servocontrol channels.