on-off switch


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Noun1.on-off switch - a hinged switch that can assume either of two positionson-off switch - a hinged switch that can assume either of two positions
DIP switch, dual inline package switch - (computer science) one of a set of small on-off switches mounted in computer hardware; used in place of jumpers to configure the machine for a user
electric switch, electrical switch, switch - control consisting of a mechanical or electrical or electronic device for making or breaking or changing the connections in a circuit
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on-off switch

[ˌɒnɒfˈswɪtʃ] Nbotón m de conexión

on-off switch

nEin- und Ausschalter m
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The noise-cancellation is also improved slightly over the QC35, with 11 degrees of isolation available, rather than a simple on-off switch.
Owners will be able to remotely control brightness, the on-off switch and the changing of colors.
Click into first and the clutch bites as instantly as the one on my first car, a Triumph Spitfire, in which the clutch was like an on-off switch.
In previous research Professor Miesenbock discovered that these sleep-control neurons act like an on-off switch: if the neurons are electrically active, the fly is asleep; when they are silent, the fly is awake.
Purchase one with an automatic shut-off valve or heat cycling on-off switch, which will prevent damage to the birdbath if it dries out.
Its designed to permit installation of an accessory rail on top of the firearm after the laser sight is installed, has a master on-off switch and incorporates integrated battery management technology for enhanced battery life protection.
Summary: The Trump administration often talks about North Korea policy as if it's an on-off switch.
Another group of investigators reported that a thing called "phasevarion," which is fancy lingo for an on-off switch is at the root of more virulence in ntHi.
You fire up the engine by twisting an on-off switch on the centre console and the Volvo purrs away, offering a smooth, engaging and relaxing drive both around suburban roads or on the motorway.
By placing the on-off switch inside the virus as shown in the recent study, the researchers were able to better control the virus and boost immunity.
It acts as an on-off switch - you can privately indicate what jobs you'd like.
Clarity is activated by a simple on-off switch which applies an electrical charge to change the glass state from opaque to clear.