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full-scale

(of a plan, etc.) of actual size; having the same dimensions as the original

full-scale

[¦fu̇l ‚skāl]
(ordnance)
Of an attack or other operation, all-out or maximum.
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A fire service spokesman said the full scale emergency action plan had been adopted as soon as the alert was sounded.
An airbus en-route to Birmingham from Iran sparked a full scale alert as it approached the airport over Warwickshire at just 600ft instead of the statutory 1800ft.
It includes an integral load cell with a measurement accuracy of better than 0.25% full scale and mechanical overload protection to 150% full scale.
The full scale development contract was awarded to Boeing and Hughes in December 1988.
Series 560 (shown) uses a thermistor as a heating element, and is designed to operate at 0 600F within an accuracy of 0.25% full scale. Series 540 is a low-cost remote indicating temperature controller, and is accurate to within 1% of full scale.
Orbis, is a new line of digital torque testing systems offering repeatable accuracy to 0.5% full scale compared to conventional analog systems that offer far less accuracy--typically 23% full scale.
There is also concern about requiring separate component testing of fabric, foam and barriers, as well as full scale testing of complete furniture pieces.
The Type 5503 has a 1.6% full scale accuracy with a 112% upscale accuracy option; the Type 5509 has an accuracy of 2.5% full scale.
Subject 6, a female, was classified as developmentally delayed with a full scale IQ of 65.
and [+ or -] 0.5% full scale. Linearity is [+ or -] 1% full scale.
Independent variables included full scale IQ, SES, grade, attendance (i.e., days absent), and average number of hours per week in general education.
Baum Co., Inc.'s master instruments to comply with ANSI/AAMI SP-9 for accuracy and performance (1% full scale +/- 3 mmHG).