Trigger - Technology


  • Trigger (firearms), a mechanism that actuates the firing of firearms
  • Image trigger, a device used in highspeed cameras
  • Schmitt trigger, an electronic circuit
  • Trigger circuit, IBM's name for a flip-flop
  • In electrical engineering, logic electrical signal changing status (1 or 0) upon manual or automated command, or by detection, used to initiate a synchronized (remote) command and/or to start recording electrical channels.
  • Trigger pad, a device used in electronic percussion
  • USS Trigger (SS-237), a submarine
  • USS Trigger (SS-564), a submarine

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