program device

program device

[′prō·grəm di‚vīs]
(control systems)
In missile guidance, tha automatic device used to control time and sequence of events of a program.
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Main features: of this consultation is to execute the various integrated care benefits in the accompanying course of children 2 to 16 years fragility advocated by the partners of Success Program device Educational (Pre) gathered in Multidisciplinary Teams Support) (Eps.
To simplify the storing of controller applications without a PC, the portable program device uploads and downloads controller configuration and logic to and from any USB memory stick using USB connection.
Therefore, the portable program device allows users to store their logic applications and configurations to GE Fanuc controllers without a PC.
In addition to automatic protocol formatting and management features to reduce software support design requirements, the product's power management features will allow designers to program device response based on application requirements for either stationary or mobile battery powered device applications.
Through the serial bus it is also possible to program device characteristics including gain, offset, filter performance and phase delay.
And the DTSA contains a similar definition: "All forms and types of financial, business, scientific, technical, economic, or engineering information," including "patterns, plans, compilations, program devices, formulas, designs, prototypes, methods, techniques, processes, procedures, programs, or codes.
Smith of Teradyne explains why you might want to program devices at in-circuit test, particularly as more designs incorporate temperature-sensitive phase-change memory.
The Roadrunner attaches to pick-and-place machines to program devices at virtually the last possible stage of manufacturing--at the point of placement on a circuit board.
In addition to connectivity tests, boundary scan is also used to program devices such as serial EEPROM and flash EEPROM mounted on the printed circuit board (on-board or in-circuit programming--ICP).
The V-22 program is determined to integrate platform changes more efficiently into program devices.
The first concern, performance, is fairly straightforward--no matter how accurate a scanning device purports to be, most vendors have not figured out how to program devices to account for temporary changes in physical data, such as cuts, scabs, and in those cases that involve voice recognition, laryngitis.
Looking forward, BP Microsystems is committed to enabling its customers to program devices in the most efficient ways possible, today and in the future.

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