Definition of Dip switch
1. Noun. (computer science) one of a set of small on-off switches mounted in computer hardware; used in place of jumpers to configure the machine for a user.
Generic synonyms: On-off Switch, On/off Switch, Toggle, Toggle Switch
Category relationships: Computer Science, Computing
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Literary usage of Dip switch
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1. Coal Mining in Arkansas by Alvin Arthur Steel (1910)
"12^/3 yd. each, at $1.68 42.56 Brushing % of a 5-yard dip switch, 34 yd. of entry at $1.44 51-84 Loading and hauling brushing at 480 a ton, ..."
2. Coal Mining in Arkansas by Alvin Arthur Steel (1910)
"12^3 yd. each, at $1.68 42.56 Brushing ^ of a 5-yard dip switch, ... OO yd. of entry and dip switch 43.56 2 room switches, part of dip switch, etc 8.75 Ties ..."
3. Track Formulae and Tables: A Handbook of the Theory and Practice of Turnouts by Shelby Saufley Roberts (1910)
"7o determine the radius and degree of the lead curve and the mid ordinale of the outer rail of a combination turnout and crossover (dip switch), In Fig. ..."
4. Bulletin by United States Bureau of Mines (1920)
"(Gres- ley) dip switch (Ark.). A slant or piece of track connecting the buck entry or air course of a dipping coal seam with the main entry or gangway. ..."