What carries electrical signals that tell the computer what to do?
Control BUSES carries electrical signals that control devices & peripherals in Computers.
This is the way to get digital signals in a computer. You just need to decide on two different voltage values which the electrical circuit can tell apart easily. 0 volts is an obvious choice for zero, and 5 volts is about right to work in that kind of circuit. (For one thing, if it were 100 volts, you could electrocute yourself on your computer!)
It's in a Failsafe mode! (electrical problem) Take it to a tranny shop tell em if they can hook it up to a computer for the tranny and hopefully they'll tell you the problem.... It's in a Failsafe mode! (electrical problem) Take it to a tranny shop tell em if they can hook it up to a computer for the tranny and hopefully they'll tell you the problem....
an echocardiograph is a test done to see if the heart is beating correctly, or if there are any irregularities with the heartbeat. It is done by placing a number of electrical sensors or "leads" on various parts of the body and measuring the electrical signal at each point. These electrical signals tell us if the heart muscle cells are polarizing and depolarizing the way they should be
How can a person increase the energy that a wave carries IF you please tell of a experiment that I can conduct?
Brain cells are electrical connections that tell the body what to do. Electrical signals travel down the brain cell, where they are changed into chemical signals. The chemicals act on other cells in the body and stimulate them to react. Each cell has a certain thing they do. The more brain cells you lose, basically, the dumber you get. If you lose enough, your body will forget how to breathe and make your heart beat.______…
The myelin sheeth helps keep signals (like electrical impulses) within the axon so that they can get to the cell body (of the neuron). This is necessary for muscles to contract (to move). If myelin is lost the signal or "electrical impulse" is less and less which has an affect on muscle function because there isn't enough signal to stimulate or "tell" the muslce to move.
Yes. Especially if your car has electronic cooling fans. The coolant sensor signals the computer to turn the fans on when the engine is getting warm. The computer also retards the engine ignition timing and increases/decreases the air fuel mixture to preserve the engine. And if the coolant senor is not working, then the computer cannot tell you when to stop the car before the engine blows.
If the computer is recently purchased, look for an "EnergyStar" in the manual, or during the bootscreen of the computer. This ensures that the computer consumes a low amount of energy when compared to the possible amount of energy any given computer can consume. Also, in the manual look for the RoHS symbol, this company's acronym stands for "the restriction of the use of certain hazardous substances in electrical and electronic equipment". http://www.rohs.gov.uk/
2000 Expedition Can anyone tell you what is the function of the coolant sensor and does it affect the thermostat?
Today's coolants conduct electricity and hence send electrical signals via the sensor to a wide range of your vehicles' computer systems, including the air/fuel mixture and yes, your thermostat. If you find the vehicle runs differently at different temperatures, then it is possible that your coolant level is too low, the coolant has lost it's conductive qualities or your thermostat may be stuck. Certainly, if the sensor is bad all these other systems will be…