data station

data station

[′dad·ə ‚stā·shən]
(computer science)
A remote input/output device which handles a variety of transmissions to and from certain centralized computers.
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Capillary electrophoresis must be equipped with an integrated autosampler, UV-VIS diode array detector, contactless conductivity detector, software for system control as well as evaluation and archiving of measured data, PC data station and basic supplies for the commissioning and the separation and identification of proteins ( see the table below) and anions (e.
In addition, to fulfill the need of organizations to connect disparate systems and enable communications across devices from different manufacturers, Red Lion's Data Station Plus and Graphite HMI s enable protocol conversion for information sharing.
Iomega, an EMC company (NYSE: EMC) and a global leader in data protection, has announced the worldwide launch of the IomegaA[R] iConnect Wireless Data Station, a powerful and yet inexpensive device that provides a simple way to bring all of your USB storage into your network, allowing you to connect, share and access files anywhere, even over the Internet.
In addition, peripheral devices connected to the systems register a variety of different measurements, such as temperatures, pH and guideline values, and these are entered into the control systems via a data station and trigger any necessary calculations.
Teletypewriter exchange service is defined as access from a teletypewriter or such data station and the privilege of intercommunication with substantially all persons having teletypewriter or other such data stations; see Sec.
A teletype writer [sic] exchange service is defined as access from a teletypewriter or other data station to the teletypewriter exchange system of which such station is a part and the privilege of intercommunication by such station with substantially all persons having teletypewriter or other data stations in the same exchange system.
All the component parts are nearly in place, then, for a live pictures, betting and data station.
This is accomplished by electronically transmitting patient test records to a central PC (Central Data Station or CDS) through infrared (IR) Links at nurse's stations throughout the hospital.
A token transmission cycle consists of sending the transmit token to a data station followed by the data transmission.
Test results (for the last 50 specimens) for whole blood analyses of glucose, potassium, sodium, chloride, BUN, and hematocrit are stored in each analyzer's memory and downloaded each shift via infrared data ports to a central data station on each unit.
One enterprising student has made arrangements to interface the output from her digital thermometer directly to her data station so she can devote all of her attention to a slow and steady distillation.
1903 SQC data station Gage monitor SQC data-station software package links electronic gages to the Quality Analyst for real-time SQC charts on demand.