equipment failure


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equipment failure

[ə′kwip·mənt ‚fāl·yər]
(computer science)
A fault in equipment that results in its improper behavior or prevents the execution of a job as scheduled.
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The new system ensures protection for up to 15 T-1 or E-1 circuits by providing automatic failover switching in the event of line or equipment failure.
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BSEE sponsored this study to leverage the resources of the National Materials and Manufacturing Board of the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine with BSEEs Emerging Technologies program as we work to mitigate risk of critical offshore connector equipment failures.
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By doing this, EAM can increase the efficiency of their assets, while decreasing the potential of lost revenue (and increased expense) caused by unplanned equipment failures.
Predictive maintenance based on operating parameters yields highly reliable operations while minimizing maintenance costs from excessive scheduled preventive maintenance or emergency reaction to equipment failures.
TV Cabo will also use MPLS FRR (fast re-route) to automatically re-route traffic around failure points within the network, ensuring service quality even in the event of accidents or equipment failures.
The IRD gives us a method for predicting equipment failures well in advance, so we can schedule repairs at a time when they will not inconvenience our tenants.
NEC Corporation developed a Failure Sign Monitoring System for Large-scale Plants that analyzes failure signs from large-scale facilities, such as factories and electric power plants, in order to prevent equipment failures prior to an incident.
Contract notice: Research and educational facility pedagogical faculty of palacky university in olomouc - it special laboratory equipment failures mobility.
The system continuously checks the performance of safety-critical components, providing advance warning of potential equipment failures and collecting valuable data for routine maintenance of the helicopters.
The Future Lynx HUMS will continuously monitor the fleet wide health and performance of safety-critical components, providing advance warning of potential equipment failures and collecting valuable data for routine maintenance of each aircraft.

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