actuator

Actuator - What does it mean?

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Actuator vs Nanoactuator - What's the difference?

actuator | nanoactuator |


As nouns the difference between actuator and nanoactuator

is that actuator is something that actuates something else, especially a mechanism that causes a device to be switched on or off while nanoactuator is a nanoscale actuator.

Actuator vs Positioner - What's the difference?

actuator | positioner |


As nouns the difference between actuator and positioner

is that actuator is something that actuates something else, especially a mechanism that causes a device to be switched on or off while positioner is any mechanical device used to position something.

Actuator vs Multiactuator - What's the difference?

actuator | multiactuator |


As nouns the difference between actuator and multiactuator

is that actuator is something that actuates something else, especially a mechanism that causes a device to be switched on or off while multiactuator is used attributively to describe systems having multiple actuators.

Actuator vs Microactuator - What's the difference?

actuator | microactuator |


As nouns the difference between actuator and microactuator

is that actuator is something that actuates something else, especially a mechanism that causes a device to be switched on or off while microactuator is a microscopic actuator, especially one on a silicon chip.

Actuator vs Effector - What's the difference?

actuator | effector |


As nouns the difference between actuator and effector

is that actuator is something that actuates something else, especially a mechanism that causes a device to be switched on or off while effector is (biology) any muscle, organ etc that can respond to a stimulus from a nerve.

Actuator vs Ied - What's the difference?

actuator | ied |


As nouns the difference between actuator and ied

is that actuator is something that actuates something else, especially a mechanism that causes a device to be switched on or off while ied is kid (of a goat).

Relay vs Actuator - What's the difference?

relay | actuator |


As nouns the difference between relay and actuator

is that relay is while actuator is something that actuates something else, especially a mechanism that causes a device to be switched on or off.

As a verb relay

is (obsolete|intransitive|hunting) to release a new set of hounds or relay can be .

Assembly vs Actuator - What's the difference?

assembly | actuator |


In context|computing|lang=en terms the difference between assembly and actuator

is that assembly is (computing) in microsoft net, a building block of an application, similar to a dll, but containing both executable code and information normally found in a dll's type library the type library information in an assembly, called a manifest, describes public functions, data, classes, and version information while actuator is (computing) the mechanism that moves the head assembly on a disk drive.

As nouns the difference between assembly and actuator

is that assembly is a set of pieces that work together in unison as a mechanism or device while actuator is something that actuates something else, especially a mechanism that causes a device to be switched on or off.

Head vs Actuator - What's the difference?

head | actuator |


As nouns the difference between head and actuator

is that head is (label) the part of the body of an animal or human which contains the brain, mouth and main sense organs while actuator is something that actuates something else, especially a mechanism that causes a device to be switched on or off.

As a adjective head

is of, relating to, or intended for the head.

As a verb head

is to be in command of (see also head up).

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