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A relay is an electrically operated switch . Many relays use an electromagnet to operate a switching mechanism mechanically, but other operating principles are also used. Relays are used where it is necessary to control a circuit by a low-power signal (with complete electrical isolation

The Mole (Australia season 3) print that page

The third season of the Australian version of The Mole took place mostly in Gold Coast, Queensland and was hosted by Grant Bowler . Contents 1 Show Details 1.1 Elimination Chart 2 Episodes 2.1 Episode 1 2.2 Episode 2 2.3 Episode 3 2.4 Weakest Link Special Episode

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Wire spring relay print that page

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A wire spring relay is a type of relay , primarily manufactured by the Western Electric Company for use by the Bell System in electromechanical telephone exchanges . It was licenced for use around the world, and was commonplace in Japan. A wire -spring relay has springs made from drawn

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almost every unit in the system (including the computer itself) could be programmed by inserting wire jumpers into a control panel . During the 1960 Olympic Winter Games in Squaw Valley (USA), IBM provided the first electronic data processing systems for the Games. The system featured an

Floral wire service print that page

A floral wire service , also known as a flower relay service is a company established primarily to facilitate order exchange and fulfillment between local florists and/or third-party sales agents of floral products. Floral wire services offer proprietary networks, clearing house services

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In electronics , a crossbar switch (also known as cross-point switch , crosspoint switch , or matrix switch ) is a switch connecting multiple inputs to multiple outputs in a matrix manner. Originally the term was used literally, for a matrix switch controlled by a grid of crossing metal bars

Spring (device) print that page

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Types 3 Physics 3.1 Hooke's law 3.2 Simple harmonic motion 4 Theory 5 Stress in round wire helical springs 6 Zero-length springs 7 Uses 8 References 9 External links [ edit ] History Simple non-coiled springs were used throughout human history e.g., the bow (and

1ESS switch print that page

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Jersey , in May 1965 [ 1 ] . The switching fabric was composed of reed matrixes controlled by wire spring relays which in turn were controlled by a central processing unit (CPU). The 1AESS Switch incorporating the 1A Processor of the late 1970s was a plug compatible upgrade, using smaller

Great Lake Relay print that page

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The Great Lake Relay is an annual team running event over approximately 160 km. It is held at Taupo , New Zealand on the third Saturday of February. Each team consists of ten to eighteen members, either running or walking to complete the eighteen 4.7 km to 14.4 km legs around the largest

Big Spring High School print that page

Place Girls Track Team 2nd Place Girls Long Jump 2nd Place Boys Long Jump 2nd Place Girls 400 Relay 2nd Place Girls 800 Relay 3rd Place Triple Jump 2010 3rd Place Persuasive Extemporaneous Speaking Octa-Finalists: Cross-Examination Debate 2009 2nd Place: Feature Writing 3rd

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