Electromechanical meaning

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The definition of electromechanical is a mechanical device or action that runs on electricity.

An example of electromechanical is an electric car.

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Relating to a mechanical device or system that is actuated or controlled by electricity.
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Designating or of a mechanical device or operation that is activated or regulated by electricity.
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The use of electricity to run moving parts. An electric motor and electric typewriter are examples of electromechanical devices. High-quality electromechanical systems are designed to withstand the eventual deterioration of moving components that wear over time.Electronic-MechanicalMost everything that requires electricity these days also uses integrated circuits (chips) for various functions. Therefore, keyboards, mice and printers (even disk drives) are more precisely "electronic-mechanical" devices, although the term is rarely used. See electronic.An Electromechanical TV?Hard to believe but the very first TV design in the 19th century was actually an electromechanical device that used a spinning disc (see video/TV history).
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A device that comprises electrically operated components that move mechanically. See also electromagnetic and electronic.
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Related to both electricity (electronics) and mechanics.
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Origin of electromechanical