switch

(redirected from Power switch)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Medical, Acronyms, Encyclopedia.

Switch

1. See: Swap.

2. See: Roll forward.

switch

1. See swap.
2. To move funds out of one mutual fund and into another mutual fund. See also telephone switching.
References in periodicals archive ?
In the next step after fixing the load to 100 Ohms, we changed the input voltage from 50 VDC to 150 VDC and calculated the efficiency and as result it shows better results for both conditions because of smaller power switch losses for the proposed structure.
The proposed diagnosis is highly effective and useful in identifying the faults, the number of faults and the power switch location.
According to the company, the Remote Power Switch is an intelligent power distribution unit (PDU) with a LAN connection.
Although PV sites outnumber other green power generation types in the Green Power Switch program, their collective output is small (less than 0.05 percent).
The Power Switch lenses are not parfocal; switching between them requires refocusing the telescope.
Upright model MC-V6965 has a quadruple filtration system, a motor protection system, power switch on the handle, automatic carpet-height adjustment, headlight, dual-edge cleaning and a rubber bumper.
Turn the master power switch to the OFF position after the day's run.
The functional, space saving design with readily accessible top mounted power switch ensures convenient and quick operation.
Fire crews at the scene were ordered to escort the baker to the power switch just metres from potentially lethal acetylene gas cylinders.
All rack-mount power supplies feature individual LEDs for each output, up to 32 removable terminal blocks with locking screw flanges, master power switch with built-in circuit breaker, three-wire grounded line cord, and 2U rack-mount chassis that fits a standard EIA 19-inch rack.
Depressing the power switch may blacken the television screen, silence the jazz disc on the stereo, or stop the corn popping in the microwave oven, but these appliances continue to draw power -- to maintain memory of certain settings or to keep a remote-control sensor alert, for example.
The UCS1001 and UCS1002 both provide a single USB port power switch capable of up to 2.5 A of continuous current.