Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. A strap or a handle by which to raise a window-sash, especially in a carriage or a railway-car.

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Examples

  • As of current, in APAC, particularly China, power window-lift for both passenger door modules and sunroof modules are gaining strong popularity.

    EE Times-Asia

  • The same window anti-pinch functionality also applies to sunroof modules which shares the same window-lift mechanism as the normal door window.

    EE Times-Asia

  • Other benefits that Tier 1 suppliers of the window-lift ECU may find in adopting a high integrated ePower solution over a discrete solution, are higher reliability due to fewer components, better inventory management and higher manufacturing assembly efficiency.

    EE Times-Asia

  • Such increased reinforcement and added components of the airbag function greatly drive the need to achieve a smaller footprint for the door / window-lift electronic control unit (ECU).

    EE Times-Asia

  • This article discusses the use of the embedded power (ePower) TLE7810G device from Infineon to address the window-lift application.

    EE Times-Asia

  • This is because the driver may turn off the engine while still putting the ignition key at the battery-on position, and the window-lift and anti-pinch functionality still have to work, and ideally draining as little current as possible.

    EE Times-Asia

  • The chip also draws very low quiescent current, an important criteria for today's window-lift / door modules.

    EE Times-Asia

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