balanced load

balanced load

[′bal·ənst ′lōd]
(electricity)
A load that presents the same impedance, with respect to ground, at both ends or terminals.

balanced load

1. A load connected to an electric circuit (as a three-wire system) so that the currents taken from each side of the system are equal and the power factors are equal.
2. The load at which there is simultaneous crushing of concrete and yielding of tension steel.
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In addition, the new half-brick has an optional parallel feature enabling an even greater range of outputs as well as balanced load sharing.
Never before has there been a multi-dimensional system that permits the pelvis to pivot and tilt in any direction while providing full and balanced load transfer to the hips.
per side of the indexing wall (a balanced load is not necessary).
The advanced multi-phase architecture of the CS5308 delivers balanced load current for each phase.
The CS5301 is a three-phase step down controller that employs the company's proprietary multi-phase control architecture (known as Enhanced V2) to guarantee balanced load current distribution, ensure the fastest possible transient response and provide superior regulation.
To fulfill ever-changing user and workgroup network requirements, SegWay automatically calculates user demand and moves users among segments to maintain a balanced load.
It contains an LNA (low-noise amplifier) and a doubly-balanced mixer which can drive a single-ended or balanced load.
RPMark95 is also the only industry standard benchmark to measure the overall performance of a client/server system under a balanced load.
According to Michael Heck, the balanced load profile of MLD tracking systems is a key factor here: "Of course, anyone generating solar energy for self-supply does not only want to profit from it around noontime but also during the typical peaks in the morning and in the evening.
The contour fitting design hugs & conforms to the wearer's body for balanced load carrying and comfort on or off the trail.
The unit can be software adapted as T1 or E1 and remotely configured to provide balanced load or alternative path configurations.
This new addition to the Symmetra family allows customers, who require a three-phase input and single-phase output balanced load or lower current draw on their circuits, to realize the benefits of Symmetra's highly available technology.

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