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input

(Data), noun capture of information, enumerated facts, facts, figures, information, numbers, raw data, specifics, statistics

input

(Thinking), noun analysis, communication, enlightenment, expression, imparting knowlldge, impartment of wisdom, involvement, provide a prospective, provide expertise, provide information, provide knowledge, sharing thoughts, weigh-in
See also: data
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Supplied with user programmable inputs, outputs, and high/low limit features such as total time over/under temperature display and peak process variable display.
1) for a 15 [omega] detector resistance), an input noise of 0.
In a longer view of time, all fixed inputs are considered variable and can be redeployed to some other productive process.
This characteristic appears related to the previously discussed aspect regarding constant acceleration inputs.
These powerful technologies and products represent the first lights in the dawn of the data input revolution.
In other words, process variability can also be reduced by manipulating the inputs.
New UT2000 multizone controls in four--or eight-loop modules feature programmable input and output types, autotuning quick connection to a touchscreen, two-line display, and PC or PLC.
The input videos may be unsynchronized and may be scaled and cropped to align them in the output window.
The user can set a pre-determined maximum analog signal level in order to prevent the ADC input full-scale voltage from being exceeded.
The S500 sets include a DVI-HDTV input, two wideband component video inputs, three S-video inputs, four A/V inputs, center channel input, AV output and variable audio output.
The integrated 3mA current limiter is compatible with inputs designed to the IEC 61131-2 type 1 standard, and is highly accurate across the range of 2.