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analyzer

[′an·ə‚līz·ər]
(computer science)
A routine for the checking of a program.
One of several types of computers used to solve differential equations.
(engineering)
A multifunction test meter, measuring volts, ohms, and amperes. Also known as set analyzer.
(mechanical engineering)
The component of an absorption refrigeration system where the mixture of water vapor and ammonia vapor leaving the generator meets the relatively cool solution of ammonia in water entering the generator and loses some of its vapor content.
(optics)
A device, such as a Nicol prism, which passes only plane polarized light; used in the eyepiece of instruments such as the polariscope.
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The analyzer is designed to assist original equipment manufacturers (OEMs), contract manufacturers (CMs) and industry suppliers in assuring that their components comply with the EU's Restriction of Hazardous Substances (RoHS) Directive.
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He notes that prior to the interview for this feature, the analyzer was making a profitable difference at his facility.
Consolidation: The process of combining the analytical capabilities of one or more types of analyzers into a single instrument.
Therefore, the search for the right analyzer begins with one question: What materials do I commonly handle?
Additionally, the clinical laboratory analyzer markets are experiencing a trend toward testing consolidation, which is creating demand for integrated systems with expanded capabilities, thereby securing the future for next-generation laboratory analyzers.
Lessard says that with an appropriate analyzer, scrap dealers "can make a guarantee and feel assured that they are going to live up to that guarantee.
BitTracer bridges the gap between logic analyzer and protocol analyzer functionality," said John Wiedemeier, Product Marketing Manager, Protocol Solutions Group, LeCroy Corporation.