full load


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full load

[¦fu̇l ′lōd]
(electricity)
The greatest load that a circuit or piece of equipment is designed to carry under specified conditions.
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The company commenced operations in February 1995 with the completion of its initial public offering and simultaneous acquisition of MDX, a full load carrier that operates primarily in the midwest and southeastern United States.
David New, product marketing manager at Power Integrations, comments: "More and more power supply designs require very good light-load efficiency performance and, with PC power supplies moving to the 80 PLUS Silver and Gold specifications, the PC-standby portion of the design needs to be exceptionally efficient all the way from light load to full load.
3) existing load: 1kva (full load) 4) backup time: 3 hours on full load 5) output: 230v ac, 50hz+/- 1% pure sine wave 6) external battery voltage: 96v dc, 65 ah-08nos with suitable
The amount of fume formed was 6-8 wt-% of the black liquor solids load of the boiler during full load operation of the two boilers.
The aircraft, an Ilyushin-76TD, requires a runway of about 8,000 to 8,200 feet to take off with a full load of cargo.
Earlier on Wednesday, the tank had passed a pressure test with a full load of liquid hydrogen, and also a structural-loads test to simulate the force the X-33's tank would bear during prelaunch activities.
7KF is down from $1,799 to $1,599; it delivers 40 minutes of runtime at half-load, 13 minutes at full load.
In contrast, rigid levers used for the same purpose would have to bear a large part of the full load at each step, making the lifting much more difficult.
He was the only one with a job, four jobs actually, and he was carrying a full load of CSUN classes.
Both Nexus and RapidArray are power-efficient technologies, drawing about half the power per port of competing technologies and consuming power in direct proportion to traffic load, which results in the typical power consumption of 100mW per Gbps under full load.
By the time she hit Oklahoma, she had more than $300 and a full load of supplies she dropped off at a church in Oklahoma City.