Controller


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Controller

The key financial officer of a state, private, or Municipal Corporation, who is charged with certain specific responsibilities related to its financial affairs.

Cross-references

Comptroller.

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On the other hand, there are certain devices that work together when connected -- like connecting Sony's DualShock 4 controller to a smartphone to use it playing with a PlayStation 4.
'The entire process of conducting examinations is very sensitive and in the absence of a regular controller, any irregularity can occur,' said the chairman of the board.
Concerns can arise where organisations, perhaps inadvertently, are found to have become "joint controllers" of personal data.
Based on the accomplished review and analysis of the existing classifications of automatic controllers it was defined that there are a number of features for classifying the controllers (purpose of the controller, principle of operation, construction, type of energy being used, type of controlling action etc).
Fujitsu Laboratories solved these problems by treating multiple physical controllers as a single logical controller that can handle centralized control of thousands of switches.
Air traffic controllers held about 27,000 jobs in 2010.
Standard features: Twin hydraulic injection cylinders, optical encoder for screw position, CH-3.5 PC controller with LCD, storage for 150 mold set-ups, cycle-count setting for auto-stop.
The input device can be disconnected from the controller when programming is complete.
"The ground controllers are excited because it eliminates talk-ons," said Parish.
Two AA batteries are required for operation and will power the controller for 50 hours if the controller has the vibrate function enabled or 100 hours if this function is disabled.
Connectivity variation can be managed through topologies of controllers, expanders, and disks, up to the limit of number of addresses supported by the active components.

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