line drop

line drop

[′līn ‚dräp]
(electricity)
The voltage drop existing between two points on a power line or transmission line, due to the impedance of the line.

line drop

The decrease in voltage in the conductors of an electric circuit resulting from their resistance.
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TSET"), manufactures and markets a proprietary technology product, the TS Electricity Savings Box, which is a line drop compensator for the utilities industry.
We have seen the call volume to our customer service telephone line drop significantly due to the easy accessibility of information on the LiveManuals Web site, increasing customer satisfaction for Zenith remote control products while reducing our customer support costs.
If a line drop should occur in this situation where Download Doubler is being employed, the download is automatically shifted from the dropped connection to the remaining connection so that the download continues uninterrupted.
Should a line drop while receiving a file or graphics download, the line will automatically be recovered by Boca MidPoint Teamer and the download will pick up right at the point where it was when the line dropped.
Robust line management including automatic reconnect on line drop, restarting transfers from within a file on line drop, and automatic reconnect to the alternate data center if the primary center is busy
Robust connection management including automatic reconnect on line drop, restarting transfers from within a file, and automatic rerouting to the alternate data center if the primary center is busy
The LH 8-30 and LH 18-20 models offer remote output voltage sensing for compensation of line drop for the higher output current models of 30A and 20A, respectively.
One casts from the starboard corner of the stern, then moves to the port side as the sinking line drops to where the fish are.
And I do not experience the constant line drops and missing data that I experienced with our previous VAN for the five years I have been with PrimeSource.
iMobile Suite is optimized for wireless networks through its ability to automate the delivery of data to handhelds and by compensating for irregular connections, low bandwidth, and frequent line drops.
The line drops more than 2,500 feet from the summit to San Bernardino, some 60 miles east of Los Angeles.
iMobile Systems Management complements LAN-based systems management tools by compensating for irregular connections, low bandwidth, and frequent line drops.