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milliamp

(MILLIAMPere) One thousandth of an amp. Abbreviated "mA." See ampere-hour.
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The 14 milliamp maximum LVD drivers can be implemented within a single chip and have the low cost elements of single ended interfaces.
The DPI 842 frequency loop calibrator provides all these functions in addition to milliamp measurement, loop power and switch detection.
Output is a linear, 4-20 milliamp signal that is said to be handled by virtually any PLC or temperature controller.
3-inch screen, high-resolution display and 2,000 milliamp battery.
The transistor uses a modified design and IBM's proven silicon germanium (SiGe) technology to reach speeds of 210 GigaHertz (GHz) while drawing just a milliamp of electrical current.
Tenders are invited for Supply of Milliamp Process Clamp Meter
Viatran Corporation's low power 770 pressure transmitter draws less than 1 milliamp of power and is designed specifically for applications where only solar power or battery power is available Typical applications are: solar power, battery power, natural gas pipelines, gas compressors, RTUs and offshore oil rigs.
The Battery Charging Workgroup has also defined a Dead Battery Provision in the new specification, which allows portable devices with dead batteries to draw 100 milliamp (mA) minutes or hours before connecting.
Tenders are invited for Milliamp Process Loop Calibrator Model No.
FMA) today introduced a set of 32-bit controllers from its FR60Lite Series that deliver excellent performance for digital consumer products, and feature power requirements as low as one milliamp per MHz.
Tenders are invited for Digital Multimeter 3 And 3/4 Digits, Auto/Manual Rangmat, 1000V Ac/Dc, 10A Ac/Dc, Resistance 40 M Ohm, Capacitance 100 Micron F, Tamperature 1000 Degree Centegrade Frequency 100 Hz, Ac/Dc Milliamp, Ac/Dc Microamps.