maximum range


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maximum range

A capability of an aircraft, gun, weapon, radar transmitter, or the like that expresses the most distant point to which the aircraft can fly, the gun can shoot, etc.
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IV quarter OP "Sunrise" - Maximum range 72 buildings, 630,840 square meters Area;
The Hellfire II can be fired in lock-on-before-launch or lock-on-after-launch modes and reaches its maximum range of eight km in 37 seconds.
A new torque wrench, NSN 5120-01-355-1827, with a maximum range of 1,500 lb-ft, is now available.
The conventional stun gun requires close-in work, but the investigational sweeping stun gun has a maximum range of 7 meters.
n Powered by a Hoover washing-machine motor and pedals, the C5 was designed to be charged up with electricity at home overnight, had a top speed of 15mph and a maximum range of about 24 miles
Since the boy from Suita, Osaka Prefecture, was 117 centimeters tall, police suspect a motion detector in the door's ceiling was not set at its maximum range of 80 cm from the floor, and the blind spot was not minimized.
Therefore, the 300-foot maximum range commonly attributed to 802.
As long as the stretching is gradually brought to the point of maximum range of motion, it can be performed up to four times per session with additional flexibility benefits.
It includes a calibrated balance valve for flow and a maximum range of control; a non-slam check valve for positive shut-off free of water hammer or valve; and a shut-off valve that includes a calibrated nameplate and memory button so the entire valve can be returned to its initial balanced position after shut-off.
He told Saddam disarmament had to begin by yesterday after it emerged that the al-Samoud can carry chemical and biological warheads more than 90 miles - the maximum range imposed after the 1991 Gulf War.
The IC155-WLANPOCKET attaches directly to a printer port and can be used to attach an output device to a network and transfer data at up to 550kb/s over a maximum range of 160m.
They work with dancers over the long haul in order to bring them back with maximum range of motion, Marshall says.

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