collecting power

collecting power

[kə′lek·tiŋ ‚pau̇·ər]
(optics)
The power of a lens to make parallel rays converge or reduce the divergence of divergent rays.
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Engineers and technicians verified that the solar arrays fully deployed, and also conducted an illumination test to confirm that the solar cells were collecting power.
FMOS is a powerful wide-field spectroscopy system that enables near-infrared spectroscopy of over 100 objects at a time; the spectrograph's location at prime focus allows an exceptionally wide field of view when combined with the light collecting power of the 8.
8220;The egg tempera and oil work is based on an immanent peace and collecting power.
That's the simple thought behind the array of tools that eHealth Data Solutions (eHDS) has created to give skilled nursing facilities (SNF) all of the data collecting power they need to ensure appropriate Medicare funding, strong survey compliance, and excellent quality care.
The government should take measures to revamp the system of collecting power bills within time from the consumers of all sorts.
The cash, awarded by the Art Fund, will bring a major boost to the collecting power of the gallery.
where up to four players can get in on the action with one collecting power pellets as Pac-Man and the others assuming the role of ghosts trying to catch him.
The objective is simple -battle your way through minions and level bosses while collecting power ups and save the girl.
In addition to collecting power from an overhead catenary system like the TGV, when traveling in England Eurostar also collects power from a third rail.
It includes features to support services such as collecting power consumption data from various sources, controlling activation and deactivation of Home Area Network (HAN) appliances, generating dashboards to provide feedback about power usage, providing control menus to control appliances and supporting a ubiquitous link to the WAN for remote control/readout.
Armed with a mirror that has 100 times the collecting power of Spitzer's, it should provide us with exquisite data like never before," Lisa Dang, a McGill Ph.