alert limit

alert limit

[ə·′lərt ‚lim·it]
(navigation)
The maximum position error allowable for a given phase of flight without an alert being raised.
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As a third admission requirement is predetermined, that the current to be supplied (procured for the delivery / generated) from a predetermined location of the alert limit does not exceed 450 g / kWhelt for CO2 emissions.
WAAS LPV service is available if the vertical protection level (VPL) is less than or equal to the vertical alert limit (VAL) of 50 meters and the horizontal protection level (HPL) is less than or equal to the horizontal alert limit (HAL) of 40 meters.
Two other centres, Alder Hey Children's Hospital in Liverpool, and Evelina Children's Hospital, in London, also came close to the alert limit.
Our lab has companions to its alert limit notifications; we refer to them as "call backs.
One of our quality assurance measures is assessing our compliance with the alert limit policy.
Critical care nurses have a dynamic role in supporting the development of the drug library and customizing the soft, hard and dose change alert limits to their care area.
if ozone alert limits are broken in the eight host cities of the championship, in light of previous experience.
More alert options and new alert limits are included.
Alert limits go by a variety of names, including critical and panic values.
When alert limits are reached, it sends an alarm to the Sun Java System Portal Server using the OSS/J Quality of Service API.
The survey asked about many aspects of utilization, including training, daily operation, quality control, maintenance, interfaces, alert limits, linearity, service, ordering and delivery from the manufacturer, and even such details as the type of gloves used in each laboratory.