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electromechanical

Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • adj. Relating to a mechanical device or system that is actuated or controlled by electricity.

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  • adj. Related to both electricity (or electronics) and mechanics.

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  • adj. of or relating to or involving an electrically operated mechanical device

Etymologies

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electro- +‎ mechanical

Examples

  • Swapatorium bought this cool-looking old metal bulldog statuette and discovered that it contains some kind of electromechanical component.

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  • Parker's electro-hydraulic actuator technology has been developed to provide an alternative to the use of conventional linear-motion technologies, such as electromechanical and pneumatic drives, in applications where high power is required from actuators with a small envelope, or where no mains power supply is readily available.

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  • This makes the new Compact EHA ideal for use as an alternative to conventional linear movement technologies such as electromechanical and pneumatic drives.

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  • The sporty chassis comes with new solutions, such as electromechanical power steering.

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  • Auxiliary components such as electromechanical shutters, microprocessor-controlled filter changers (filter wheels), motorized stages, and axial focus control mechanisms can be retrofitted to a research grade microscope and interactively controlled by a companion workstation computer using a variety of commercially available image acquisition software packages.

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  • "electromechanical" switching systems of growing complexity were cautiously introduced into the phone system.

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  • What this means is that metabolic energy is stored as a form of electromechanical and electromagnetic excitations.

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  • Neither company has been on the leading edge of smart-grid investments, which are designed to replace the largely electromechanical system with a digital network intended to improve efficiency.

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  • Processor manufacturer ARM, which makes a lot of the chips that go into mobile phones and other devices, highlights a number of statistics: 40% of household energy goes into driving electromechanical motors, which you'll find in your washing machine and dishwasher, among other gadgets, and most are designed for a load much larger than they're ever likely to need to cope with.

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  • Moog is another aerospace supplier, specializing in electromechanical systems that position moving parts such as flaps, ailerons, elevators on aircraft or missiles as well as gun sights on armored vehicles, ships, planes and provide the real-world experience in flight simulators.

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