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electrohydraulic

(ĕ-lĕk″trō-hī-drŏl′ĭk)
Pert. to the electrical generation of shock waves in a fluid; said of a device or system.
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Electrohydraulically controlled shields were first introduced in the United States in 1984[4].
The tractors have a modulated, electrohydraulically engaged PTO system which allows the operator to select between normal or extra gentle engagement, providing a better match to applications, AGCO said.
The wet multidisc PTO clutch system electrohydraulically engages and disengages the PTO output shaft through a two-position rocker switch.
The tractor has an independent rear PTO which is electrohydraulically engaged via a wet clutch pack.
These final drives also feature mechanical dog-tooth differential lock that is engaged electrohydraulically with a rocker switch on the right console.
Gear shifting is electrohydraulically controlled via solenoid valves that now feature Deutsch connectors for increased environmental protection.
Because of the decreased prices for micro-controllers and joysticks, electrohydraulically controlled valves have started to take off real fast.
The whole system is electrohydraulically driven," said Michael Fleet, product engineer, hydraulics.
All machine functions are controlled electrohydraulically.