The control assembly includes a cover to prevent damage to the control elements.
Individually controllable gain control elements are located in each of the transmit and receive paths.
The remote control device comprises one or more control elements for controlling the operation of the sub-units.
The invention also relates to the mesogenic control media that are used in the electro-optic light control elements.
The control unit continuously adapts the configuration of the control elements to the relative orientation of the operator.
The control parts of the variators are each operatively coupled to a driver's speed control, such that the speed control determines a mean position of the two control parts.
An electronic control system (4) is functionally allocated to the control means (2).
Driving means are also provided to drive the edge emitting elements.
Control means control the output stage using the control variables.
An electronic control (28) controls operation of the valves as well as water supply control components.
The control members are formed separately from the housing, and secured to the housing by fixing members.
Said driving mechanism of the electrical counter is composed of plural actuating elements and actuated elements represented various decades.
The operating elements are flat capacitive sensor elements (23) and have common receiving housings (12a, 12b, 12c) together with the display elements.
The operating elements consist of at least one locking button (2, 2) and a control flap (3).
Drive elements (25) connect the drive links (33) to an assembly configured to receive rotor blades.
Blocking elements (15, 15') on the shifting elements and on the blocking part ensure that the shifting elements cannot be shifted when the shifting elements are overlapped in the shifting direction.
The internal mixer includes peripheral flow control members and interior flow control members.
The one or more actuating members can be positioned by a user in a proximal direction, since the one or more actuating members extend to the proximal end, or handle, of the guide member.