rocker switch


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rocker switch

A switch on an assistive technology device that can activate more than one function. For example, one output is triggered when the switch is moved to the left, and another output is triggered when the switch is moved to the right, as in a joystick.
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The universal dimmer line features a Decora rocker switch that provides preset ON/OFF switching and a smooth, integrated slide bar for fine adjustment of lighting levels.
In normal conditions the car runs as front-wheel drive but has a simple on-demand 4x4 system selected via a rocker switch just behind the gear lever.
There are buttons on the side of the case for page-up and page-down functions as well as a rocker switch for up/down/enter control.
It operates at a speed of 12 feet per minute and features a three-position rocker switch, pilot lights, and a photocell eye that automatically starts and stops the machine.
Fitted with an ambidextrous rocker switch, it mounts on any Picatinny rail.
The DSRocker digital signal rocker switch works with any proprietary digital databus system that, in turn, can control any kind of AC or DC equipment.
The system is engaged by simply flipping a rocker switch at the tractor armrest.
The "Search/Tune" rocker switch skips forward or back within a CD track.
Other claimed advantages included superior 2-rack baking, no need for pre-heating with several food groups, and simple operation -- set the desired temperature and flick the rocker switch.
The lovely rocker switch on the base adds a feeling of quality.
leverage pole load switch 630A type VLDK;4-pole rocker switch load 1000A type VLDK.
The comfort and safety systems are joined by the Agility Select system - a rocker switch allowing the driver to choose between Comfort, Eco, Sport, Sport+ and Individual modes (the latter allowing a bespoke setup) each affecting the vehicle's behaviour.