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Synonyms for annunciate

to bring to public notice or make known publicly

Synonyms for annunciate

foreshadow or presage

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Vendor configures the Supply Fan Failure Event to annunciate an alarm to the BACnet operator workstation if the Supply Fan Status BI fails to detect fan operation when the Supply Fan Command is ON; note that no alarm should annunciate if the Supply Fan Status BI detects fan operation when the Supply Fan is OFF.
The control offers digital LCD readouts of the machine's vital functions, and it annunciates all alarms.
MMAD monitors more than 2500 points and annunciates and displays faults in a central control room where the fault is initially addressed.
Also rolling in the background is Garmin's Surface Watch, which crosschecks the correct runway and annunciates it on the PFD.
Either it annunciates LPV, or you go missed and get a new clearance for the Y version instead.
All readers include host LED control, guaranteed HID compatibility, a buzzer that annunciates card reads, and a separate tamper output signal.
The fuel system is housed in two tanks, one in each wing and is simply "on" or "off." The system automatically balances the fuel between the tanks and annunciates if it fails.
You're all set to ride the rail down to LPV minimums, but outside of the final approach fix, LNAV annunciates and for some reason no amount of button mashing will get it to switch over to LPV.
A built-in keypad located behind the locked enclosure door enables the user to silence, disable, and reset the panel while an internal sounder annunciates keystrokes and alarm/trouble conditions.
T/F: If your GPS annunciates LNAV/ VNAV and you fly the glidepath in IMC to 6960 feet, you must go missed because LNAV/VNAV is to a DA.
That was a concern, Rankine explains, because "the more pieces of equipment between an alarm point and where it annunciates to a person, the greater the opportunity for a system failure to occur."
Each device transmits an alarm via a low-power, digitally coded radio signal, and the control panel annunciates it.