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milliamp

(MILLIAMPere) One thousandth of an amp. Abbreviated "mA." See ampere-hour.
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Many studies use about 20 minutes of 1 to 2 milliamps of current at a time.
It should be emphasised that this is the power supply for the oxygen concentrator only, and there is no electrical connection from this equipment to the patient: however when tested, the earth leakage current of 3 milliamps from this device was outside the acceptable limit for medical equipment used in Australia (<1 milliamp) (6).
By incorporating the Bulletin 931 analogue signal conditioners into an existing control system, users can convert a wide range of signals from field devices into a standard 4 to 20 milliamp signal.
It features pressure source and milliamp measurement to calibrate and maintain a wide range of pressure devices, mA accuracy of 0015% for broad workload coverage, and error % calculation to support faster pass/fail determinations.
The filters are available in five current ratings-6, 10, 16, 20, and 30 amps--and are rated for 250 VAC or 250 VDC input, with a maximum earth leakage current of 1 milliamp. The single-stage MA series filters attenuate frequencies in the lower 150-500 kHz band; the two-stage MX filters over the wider 150 kHz-30 MHz band.
These devices also feature a precision 4 MHz internal oscillator, 33 instructions, two stack levels, 25 milliAmp source/sink current IO, low power (100 nanoAmp) sleep current, a wide operating voltage range from 2- to 5.5-volts, one 8-bit timer, a watchdog timer, In Circuit Serial Programming (ICSP) technology, power-on reset, power-saving sleep mode and (in the PIC10F204 and PIC10F206 only) an analog comparator module.
Both devices include three 500 mA (milliamp) write channels with 240x current gain - the industry's most powerful single-channel write output - and one 150 mA low-noise read channel with 100x current gain.
A 4-20 milliamp signal, tied directly to the plant computer, is sent to a microprocessor in the valve, causing it to close or open slowly to regulate temperature.
Digi-Stem's are available as self-powered thermometer units with up to 18 months battery life or as transmitter models offered with a 2-wire, 4-20 milliamp current loop.
The 64 milliamp drivers required for differential systems drew too much current to be able to drive the bus with a single chip.
At an average of pounds 2.39, they lasted significantly longer (727 Milliamp hours (mAh) per pounds 1) than similarly-priced batteries from Asda and Woolworths.
A Taylor model C200 controller or AC inverter accepts the 4.0 milliamp signal of the UR15, which in turn regulates the speed of the positive displacement pump for the corn sweetener.