Definitions for "Controls"
Keywords:  wand, headrail, tilt, cord, shade
The mechanisms used to raise, lower and tilt a window treatment. Controls are usually cords or wands.
Controls refer to the mechanisms that allow you to raise, lower, and tilt the blinds. Controls are usually cords or wands. You will be asked to specify which side the controls will be placed on. All 1 inch aluminum blinds come with wand control for the tilt, since the headrail size does not allow for a cord. There are optional systems available that make raising and lowering a heavy blind easier; see EasyRise, EasyUp, EasyGlide, Liftmaster.
The cords or wand that raise/lower or open/close the shade. For custom product, specify the position (left or right) of these cords and/or wand.
Keywords:  touchpads, knobs, rotary, pedals, sleek
Devices which allow the pilot to direct the movements of an aircraft. Examples of controls are: rudder pedals that control the rudders and cause the airplane to yaw; throttles that control the engines which generate thrust for the airplane; and the control stick that controls the ailerons and elevators which cause the airplane to roll and pitch.
normally rotary potentiometers (pots) or switches used to control electrical signals.
Rotary knobs, push button or electronic touchpads (microprocessors) designed to regulate dishwashing functions. Most common are rotary knobs. Most sleek, electronic controls.
Controls help an experimenter regulate and validate an experiment. They let the experimenter factor out trends (such as a rising temperature or increasing light intensity) that could influence what is observed during the experiment. This is essential to check that an experiment has appropriate randomization.
Subject(s) used for comparison who are not given a treatment under study or who do not have a given condition, background, or risk factor that is the object of study. Control conditions may be concurrent (occurring more or less simultaneously with the condition under study) or historical (preceding the condition under study). When the present condition of participants is compared with their own condition on a prior regimen or treatment, the study is considered historically controlled.
The group in a clinical study who are receiving treatment other than that being investigated. Controls may receive no treatment, a placebo, or a commonly used treatment for that condition that acts as a marker of effectiveness.
Devices such as a thermostat that regulate a heating or cooling system.
All boilers have controls that allow you to adjust the water temperature (thermostat). You may also find a water pressure gauge and a digital or mechanical timer.
(Control procedures) Those policies and procedures implemented to achieve a related control objective
Though controls previously exercised at internal EU borders have been removed inside the Schengen area, Member States retain the power to impose temporary checks through a safeguard clause under the Schengen agreement. (See freedom to travel)
A system for ensuring compliance with the quota provisions of the Agreement. The system provides for the issue of Certificates of Origin and other forms of certificate, and for the issue and release of coffee export and transit stamps in accordance with rules and procedures for controls. All documents issued are examined to detect fraudulent transactions, for example transactions covered by forged certificates or certificates validated with counterfeit coffee exports stamps.* See also Certificate of Origin; Certificate of Re‑export; Certificate of Re‑shipment; Certificate of Transit; Certifying agency; Coffee export stamps; Coffee transit stamps; Valid certificates
Parts of a form including text boxes, checkboxes, radio buttons and dropdown boxes.
Data-entry objects commonly used in Excel forms, such as scrolling lists or check boxes.
Data-entry objects commonly used in Access forms, such as text boxes, combo boxes, and check boxes.
Devices used to stop, start, or modulate flow of electricity or fluid to maintain a preset condition.
An arrangement of devices for starting, stopping or actuating conveyor components in a desired manner. These controls could be manual, electrical, hydraulic or pneumatic.
Specific measures that researchers and participants must follow to reduce any bias that could affect the results of a trial.
Individuals who volunteer in clinical trials.
A control in research terms is someone who is very similar to a person taking part in a clinical trial, but who doesn't participate, or uses the normal version of a treatment rather than the version being tested. They are used to check that it is not anything other than the subject of the clinical trial that is producing any good or bad affects.
Objects in a menu that are used to perform an action.
Also called objects, controls are the graphical elements that make up the interface. To the top
Graphical objects--such as buttons, sliders, text fields, and scrollers--that the user can operate to give instructions to an application.
Lines that are attached to the trailing edge of the paraglider near the wing tips. Pulling downward on these control lines in turn pulls down on the trailing edge of the respective side of the wing which slows that side of the wing. Controls are also referred to as brakes. There are, however, other lines that can be utilized to control a paraglider wing that are not the same as the "brakes".
Keywords:  activex, active
Either active or ActiveX controls.
People and situations that reduce potential offenders' willingness or capabilities to commit crimes , 15, 17, 39, 42, 43, 48
supplementary experiments set up to allow comparisons
The codes, ordinances, rules, and regulations currently in effect to regulate a potential contamination source.
The rules which govern the transformation of the inputs into the outputs by the activity.
Processes that establish standards of performance, measure current performance against expected performance, and respond to variances-specifically the financial dealings of an organization.
Measures taken to ensure the integrity and quality of a process.
Steps taken to eliminate or reduce hazards or exposure to them. Hazards can be controlled at the source, along the path and at the personal level
The functions in databases which control the data which is presented. Editing these controls changes the way data functions are performed and the way data is represented. Criteria Conditions you set that instruct Access to select certain records for a query or filter.
Controls & control manufacturers; including motion control, motor control, panels, pump & electric motor manufacturers.
Commands or restraints put in place to restrict activities that can cause injury or illness.
a company designing, producing and supplying specialised electronics equipment
the mechanisms an engineer uses to operate a train.