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Entry: Actuators

URI: http://registry.it.csiro.au/def/keyword/nature/subjects/actuators

Actuators are the input and output devices that connect electronic, hydraulic or pneumatic control systems to their environment. They convert external forces or conditions, such as temperature, into a form that can be processed by the control system, and vice versa. Examples include electrical motors or pneumatic pistons.

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date submitted 10 Aug 2015 10:20:27.744
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description Actuators are the input and output devices that connect electronic, hydraulic or pneumatic control systems to their environment. They convert external forces or conditions, such as temperature, into a form that can be processed by the control system, and vice versa. Examples include electrical motors or pneumatic pistons.
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description Actuators are the input and output devices that connect electronic, hydraulic or pneumatic control systems to their environment. They convert external forces or conditions, such as temperature, into a form that can be processed by the control system, and vice versa. Examples include electrical motors or pneumatic pistons.
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