electromechanical device

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Noun1.electromechanical device - a mechanical device that is operated by electricity
mechanical device - mechanism consisting of a device that works on mechanical principles
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has closed the acquisition of Illinois, US-based electromechanical device maker Sparton Corp.
M2 EQUITYBITES-March 5, 2019-Cerberus Closes Acquisition of Electromechanical Device Maker Sparton
[ClickPress, Fri Sep 28 2018] Global Cardiac Assist Devices Market: Snapshot A cardiac assist device is an electromechanical device for assisting cardiac circulation, which is used either partially or to completely replace the function of a failing heart.
CyberWand is a dual probe electromechanical device capable of fragmenting and aspirating calculi in the kidney, bladder or ureter.
The social networking giant has published a patent application that suggests that the company could be working on a modular electromechanical device. Business Insider reports that the modular device is being developed by Facebook's Building 8, which is a consumer hardware lab responsible for futuristic products.
The tow hook assembly, a complex electromechanical device, consists of precision machined parts, springs, and linkage mechanisms that lock the cable in place during towing operations.
(CCI), a global provider of test, automation, and interfacing solutions for electronics and electromechanical device manufacturers, has announced a collaboration with ASSET InterTech to more closely integrate ASSET'S ScanWorks boundary-scan test tools with CCI's flexible, configurable, functional test systems, the CCI 1000 Series Configurable ATE and the CCI 6000 Series Rotary Handler.
With a maximum output level of 107dB at 1m, the Belltronic surpasses the performance of the electromechanical device it replaces.
Designated the CLK Series, the energy-free electromechanical device provides consistent, self-guided motion with uniform haptic feedback for automotive touch-sensing HMI applications.
The 9600 Series is constructed of high-temperature (135[degrees]C) plastic materials to provide a highly ruggedized electromechanical device for reliable position feedback in most applications, from delicate laboratory to harsh environments.
Now, two chemical engineers have created an electromechanical device out of living microbes.
When armed, the electromechanical device delays egress for 15 or 30 seconds following depression of a push pad.

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