long-term repeatability

long-term repeatability

[′lȯŋ ‚tərm ri‚pēd·ə′bil·əd·ē]
(control systems)
The close agreement of positional movements of a robotic system repeated under identical conditions over long periods of time.
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Fluid fills enhance reliability and long-term repeatability of the units, making them suitable for a variety of laboratory, factory, field or submersible environments.
Inhalation of capsaicin induces cough in a safe and dose-dependent manner, and it has good short- and long-term repeatability (Dicpinigaitis 2003; Dicpinigaitis and Alva 2005; Millqvist et al.
The electronic mass flow control unit operating under software control ensures optimum precision, and it allows the flow rate to be saved as a method parameter, ensuring long-term repeatability.
These patented load cells provide long-term repeatability without recalibration.
The sensors are designed to provide accurate long-term repeatability and reliable performance for process control and energy management.
Selected for its high accuracy, long-term repeatability (without need for recalibration), and flexibility, the menu-driven pump can be quickly reconfigured for dose size, number of doses, and time interval between doses.
The design of the present cooperative trial, however, did not allow an estimate of long-term repeatability.
Long-term repeatability reduces operator intervention, allows unattended production.
For QA testing, however, long-term repeatability (one lab, testing for weeks and months of a homogeneous and stable reference material) is of the practical importance.
There are no mechanical fasteners, washers, O-rings, or fluid fills, thereby improving the reliability and long-term repeatability of the units.
Selected for its high accuracy, long-term repeatability (without need for recalibration), and flexibility, the menu-driven pump can be quickly re configured for dose size, number of doses, and time interval between doses.
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