critical voltage

critical voltage

[′krid·ə·kəl ′vōl·tij]
(electronics)
The highest theoretical value of steady anode voltage, at a given steady magnetic flux density, at which electrons emitted from the cathode of a magnetron at zero velocity would fail to reach the anode. Also known as cutoff voltage.
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G-sensor to detect shock, thermal sensors to detect and manage heat, voltage sensors to control current and critical voltage sensors to protect key components.
This dramatically reduced the critical voltage value needed to form spinning cones.
The maximum-to-critical transition voltage was measured as the voltage drop between the measured maximum differential bus voltage level and the transceiver critical voltage level of 0.
At some critical voltage, this force becomes greater than the surface tension, and a thin jet from the cone heads toward the negatively charged plate.
Storing critical voltage information allows for precise control of the biological molecules during analysis and increases data management efficiency by tracking test site activation and array usage directly on the electronic microarray cartridge.
0 contained a critical voltage controlled oscillator (VCO) based on standard 65nm TSMC's Process Design Kit (PDK) devices with proven design flow using industry standard parasitic extraction and physical verification tools.
Furthermore, a process diagram showing the relationship between the flow rate and critical voltage ([V.
From this calculated results, we can estimate that although the T-4 electrode provides electric field distribution to enable stable initial spun jets in the electrospinning process, high critical voltage to generate nanofibres can be required, while the T-5 electrode supplies satisfactory EFCF values and relative low critical voltage compared with the T-4 electrode.
American Superconductor Corporation , a leading electricity solutions company, today announced that its D-VAR(R) (Dynamic Volt-Ampere-Reactive) transmission grid reliability system will provide critical voltage support to the electric power grid for Scotland's Orkney Islands.
He expects the low operating current, miserly shutdown modes and a small package formats characterizing the new PWR family to satisfy the increasingly critical voltage regulator requirements of mobile phone manufacturers.
As system designers develop power solutions for large scale point-of-load applications, they are faced with many challenges, including meeting critical voltage sequencing requirements," said Steve Anderson, business director of TI's plug-in power products.
Winstein's team has tested each detector, adjusting 10 critical voltages for each to yield the best performance.

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