warning device


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warning device

[′wȯrn·iŋ di‚vīs]
(computer science)
A visible or audible alarm to inform the operator of a machine condition.
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In large petro-chemical installations, the safety-critical warning devices are installed over large distances, so central monitoring is a key requirement.
The Child Restraint Warning Device is also in Patent Pending status within the United States Patent and Trademark Office.
In the case of the New York settlement, she said, much of what CSX agreed to do is what railroads are already required to do, including having personnel stationed at crossings where active warning devices are out of service.
Effective green laser warning device now available outside of DOD
Warning Device: Having and using a visible or audible warning device is another item that can ensure that your car remains where you left it.
All I'm asking is that cyclists whose machines are not equipped with a warning device signal their approach, as some do, with a cough, a whistle, or even a shout of "Coming up behind".
WARREN - Some town employees have said they feel insecure working in Shepard Municipal Building on High Street and want a warning device system installed.
Over-reliance on technology such as a fatigue warning device could lead to someone driving when they are too tired, and too many different devices could also prove distracting.
He spent yesterday putting the Nap- Zapper to the test, and after a long bank holiday weekend, found the alarm a useful warning device against tiredness.
I enjoy cycling, especially on bikes that have a basket on the front and a bell, but I can not see how the audible warning device is going to help.
GEM wants all new cycles to have in-built lighting and an audio warning device, with the new rules broadened to include older bikes.
According to the Defense Agency, the damaged cables are part of wiring for the RF-4E radar warning device.