References in periodicals archive ?
forward-phase, or reverse-phase) recommended by the LED source manufacturer, and derate the capacity of the dimmer.
This fundamental result is hereafter referred to as the natural derate.
NERC's assessment finds that EPA's proposed regulation of cooling water intake structures under section 316(b) of the Clean Water Act triggers about 70 percent of the estimated plant retirements and derates, notably in 2018.
The furnace is normally fired at the rating plate gas input rate or at the manufacturers recommended derate for the altitude.
For years, integrated circuit (IC) designers have been using a single set of global derate values to add design margin to account for on-chip variations.
The new patent covers improvements in converter strategies, circuit design, apparatus, and processes that enable OPS to produce AC/DC power supplies with ultra-high efficiencies that do not thermally derate.
Everlight's EL3H7-G series enables power supply designers to now derate their boards up to 110xC while using an ultra-low-standoff-height device that accommodates low-profile applications," said Krish Ramdass, Optoelectronics Marketing, Everlight Americas, Inc.
100 C), allowing designers to derate their boards to a higher temperature and improve thermal stability.
It can both derate existing libraries and use characterized libraries to predict and estimate power savings.
Finally, space and defense designers are getting the same state-of-the-art RF functionality as their commercial counterparts, and therefore do not have to degrade or derate system performance for radiation effects," said Chuck Tabbert, director of Space and Defense Products for Peregrine Semiconductor.
Chuck Tabbert, director of space and defense products at Peregrine said, "Finally, space and defense designers are getting the same state-of-the-art RF functionality as their commercial counterparts and therefore do not have to degrade or derate system performance for radiation effects -- this is Commercial-Off-The-Shelf (COTS) at its best.
The QSK78 engine features Cummins most advanced electronic engine management and air-handling technology, capable of operating in the most severe conditions, including altitudes as high as 12,000 feet, without derate.
Derate of the engine will further enhance engine life to an estimated time between removal in excess of 10,000 hours.
Thesaurus browser ?
- depth bomb
- depth charge
- depth finder
- depth gage
- depth gauge
- depth psychology
- deputy sheriff
- Der Fuhrer
- derby hat
- derivational morphology
- derivative instrument
Full browser ?
- deranged intellect
- Deranged Occasional Jazz Club
- Dérangement Douloureux Intervertébral Mineur
- derangement numbers
- derated engine
- Derated Takeoff Engine Fan Speed
- Derated Takeoff Engine Pressure Ratio
- Derativa potestas non potest esse major primitiva