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compensator

see COMPENSATION RECOVERY.
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Thus the VA Comp works as well with light loads as it does with heavy loads, which is a major breakthrough; it has long been dogma that compensators work their best only with the most powerful loads.
Figure 9 shows the voltage transient (step) response of the converter without a frequency compensator.
This anticipation results in less pressure overshoot than typically produced by a single-stage compensator control.
There is no reason whatever for doing this with the cell which supplies the minute current for the thermal emf compensator.
TJ has also modified his TRI-MAG compensator design to fit Beretta handguns as well.
Spools are tailored to provide the maximum required flow for the function at the pump compensator pressure and can be flow compensated to reduce interference.
SAN DIEGO -- Proximion Fiber Systems AB, a world-class provider of Fiber Bragg Grating (FBG) based Dispersion Compensation Modules (DCMs), announced today the residual dispersion slope compensator (DCM-SLC), the newest member of its continuous band dispersion compensation product line.
Through the 1980s and into the early 1990s we had the introduction of compensators, the .
For example, if your eye catches a nice Model 12 outfitted with a Cutts Compensator or Poly-Choke, give it a chance.
The action, barrel and compensator have a waterproof nickel finish.
It is a variable pump and the element controlling Output is forced into position of maximum eccentricity by a compensator spring, corresponding to maximum pump delivery or displacement.
It was a step in the right direction, though it turned out a competitive Limited pistol was just about like an Open gun, without the compensator or optical sight.