continuous rating

continuous rating

[kən¦tin·yə·wəs ′rād·iŋ]
(engineering)
The rating of a component or equipment which defines the substantially constant conditions which can be tolerated for an indefinite time without significant reduction of service life.

continuous rating

The maximum constant load that can be carried by a piece of electric equipment without exceeding a designated temperature rise.
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Class-H Insulation, 1500 Rpm Synchronous Speed , Ip-56, As Per Iec-60529, Continuous Rating, Frame Size-90L Suitable For Foot Mounted As Per Rdso S Specificartion No.
The engine also offers its globally acclaimed low fuel consumption and a continuous rating suitable for river push boats, tugboats, trawlers and other applications with uninterrupted operations or load cycles.
This IFI amplifier has a 500 W continuous rating along with the ability to deliver more than 900 W in the pulse mode.
Just eight months after the tough decisions of last year and after three years of continuous rating downgrades, in November we had the first upgrading of our economy from an international ratings service.
The new Tier IV ready data centre boasts utmost redundancy with continuous cooling system, continuous rating generators and compartmentalized infrastructure design, providing the highest level of service availability.
CenterPoint Energy recommended upgrading the underground circuit by installing a new cable parallel with the existing one to increase the capacity of the circuit to a continuous rating of approximately 498 MVA.
Broad service temperature range: they are suitable for use at temperatures down to -50 degC and are formulated to pass a UL-1581 continuous rating of 125 degC.
Offering a continuous rating of 34 mega-volt-amperes reactive (MVAR) and a short-term rating of 91 MVAR, it is one of the largest STATCOMs (Static Compensators) ever deployed in the North American transmission grid.
The Elexar grades are also formulated to pass a UL-1581 continuous rating of 125[degrees]C, according to the manufacturer.
On a continuous rating scale from zero to 100 with zero being very pessimistic, 50 being neutral, and 100 being very optimistic, Indiana CPAs were found to be guardedly optimistic about the prospects for the U.
Since the electronic components can operate at much larger currents than the continuous rating, for a short time, the load can enjoy a surge for a short duration, usually two to.
The switch has a continuous rating of 20A at 600VAC and is available with a range of interrupt ratings.

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