batch control


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batch control

(1) The management of documents or electronic media that have been grouped, cataloged and are waiting for processing. See batch processing.

(2) An industrial control application that makes products in vats and tanks rather than in a continuous series of processes that flow from one stage to the next. See process control.
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01-1995, Batch Control Part 1: Models and Terminology, as well as new technologies.
Batch control totals help ensure that data are not lost or altered during transmission.
Bulk storage Feed control to process Vessel contents monitoring Batch control Formulation/mix control Weighing out to recipe/formulations
Batch control totals are not available as a control device.
Each pallet is equipped with an identifying bar code to help ensure absolute batch control over drug products.
Previously, batch control was managed using a fragmented suite of mainframe-based tools, creating limited visibility into operations while wasting time and money.
The RCT1000 is capable of controlling equipment, such as valves and pumps with PID and batch control signals.
Contract notice: Of All Rescue Batch Control Benefit And Protection Equipment Against Falls
The latest addition to Mettler Toledo's batch control line, the IND780batch controller, now helps small-to mid-sized batching operations minimize material waste, improve batch quality and yield increased profits.
The continuous or batch control unit incorporates two freely programmable transistor outputs (40VDC, 100mA), 0/4-20mA current output and RS485.
For prepackaging minor additives in low-melting poly bags (suitable for direct addition to mixers), small powder system has batch control of 16 bins with auto-bag form/ fill/seal.