stop-start


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stop-start

adj
(Automotive Engineering) Brit frequently stopping then starting again
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The LT8672, an active rectifier controller with reverse input protection to -40 V, features a 3-V to 42-V input voltage, making it suitable for automotive applications that must regulate through cold-crank and stop-start scenarios with minimum input voltages as low as 3.0 V and load-dump transients up to 40 V.
It was all stop-start but it was another clean sheet and a point.
Auto Business News-October 14, 2016--Toyota to equip 2017 Highlander with stop-start technology
Castrol has launched Magnatec Stop-Start, an engine oil designed to protect against 'stop-start' driving conditions prevalent in the Middle East.
LUKE GARBUTT admits his loan at Fulham has been "stop-start" so far, but says he is ready to establish himself as first choice for the Championship side.
The single is a concoction of stop-start riffs and fiery grunge dynamics topped of with Vant's coolly composed vocal delivery.
RAIN has been predicted for Old Trafford today so expect a stop-start match for England's third ODI against Sri Lanka.
The 2014 Chevrolet Malibu packs a surprise: It's the first mainstream midsize sedan sold in the United States with standard automatic engine stop-start that saves gasoline.
Controlled Power Technologies (cpowert.com) hooked up a SpeedStart stop-start system to an engine in October, 2010.