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mounting area

A general locality where assigned forces of an amphibious or airborne operation, with their equipment, are assembled, prepared, and loaded in shipping and/or aircraft preparatory to an assault.
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The PSU mounting area has foam around its frame for more vibration dampening.
This AuSn alloy lid is a component to manufacture the so-called 1210-size crystal oscillators with a mounting area of 1.
The coils have approximately 70 percent less volume and 55 percent less mounting area than the 0603-sized coils currently in widespread use, according to the company.
Uprox+ sensors also have an integrated predamping protection function to reduce the metal-flee mounting area in applications.
The sensors also feature an integrated predamping protection function to reduce the metal-free mounting area.
An AGV provides a flexible automated link between processes, delivering a bus body that can measure up to 35 feet long from the end of the trim line to one of two stations in the mounting area, where it is joined to the chassis.
Three components--a support blade, a clamp, and a stop--mount to existing square shank and right-angle OD grooving toolholders to create a mounting area comparable to that of MTC integral shank toolholders.
The series also includes a reduced mounting area of 160 mm by 160 mm to case integration, and weighs only 12 kg.
The new fSV devices reduce mounting area by 76 percent compared to USV (SOT-353) packages, which until now were among the smallest logic packages available, measuring only 2.
1 mm reduces the mounting area, according to company engineers.
At a starting price of pounds 25, its makers claim the Uniq console provides a flat and vibration resistant mounting area without any drilling or trailing wires evident.
Large and highly accessible, the manufacturer reports, the mold mounting area facilitates installation and setup.