DIM

(redirected from dimming)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Medical, Legal, Idioms, Wikipedia.

DIM

(electromagnetism)

DIM.

On drawings, abbr. for dimension.

DIM

References in periodicals archive ?
The researchers found that the objects causing the dimming at Tabby's Star are likely tiny, just a few micrometers in diameter, but still large enough that they would stay in orbit around the star.
To assure dimming performance, LED dimmers typically do require a neutral wire, which can be a challenge in retrofit situations where there may be no neutral wire in the backbox.
According to him, increase in particulate matter, aerosols, black carbon in soot, sulphates and organics, which come from diesel and coal combustion, biomass burning and open burning of crops are causing dimming.
The company's dimming technology adopts pulse width modulation (PWM) design and has four separate output channels, avoiding short circuit in one channel affecting others.
The highways boss said the street lighting unit had trialled the dimming of street lights on a small scale, most notably within the Peblig ward, Caernarfon where over 140 lights were replaced with dimmed lanterns.
But a 2007 study by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) found an overall reversal of global dimming since 1990, probably due to stricter pollution standards adopted by the U.
Global dimming is the result of pollutants in the air deflecting the sun's rays away from the Earth.
They are limited only in their extreme brightness and the 5 to 10 percent dimming capacity of full light output.
EAST CLEVELAND, Ohio -- For the first time, consumers won't have to choose between energy savings and sophisticated dimming features.
The award-winning D2W technology mimics the performance of an incandescent halogen lamp source when dimmed, smoothly dimming from a whiter LED color temperature to a warm, soft glow to create an inviting environment.
LEDs' benefits--energy efficiency, durability, high-quality and aesthetically-pleasing light--have been well documented, but those in the field have also experienced their share of issues with the technology, particularly as it relates to dimming.