error diagnostic

error diagnostic

[′er·ər ‚dī·əg′näs·tik]
(computer science)
A computer printout of an instruction or data statement, pinpointing an error in the instruction or statement and spelling out the type of error involved.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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The error diagnostic center enables most faults to be categorized as arising from the operator, the machine or POY.
"Error diagnostic tools and functions, in addition to a connection tracking system, make the HOBLink SNA Router an ideal solution for administrative control within an organization," he said.
The machine has a built in error diagnostic control and is capable of achieving slicing speeds of up to 1000 rpm, which is substantially faster than rival machines on the market today.
The device can be used internationally because of its large supply voltage range of 3x 380 -500 VAC, and it provides extensive possibilities for parameter settings and error diagnostics. Status information can be read at any time via a fieldbus connection.
With decentralized intelligence, it is possible to protect the machine from expensive breakdown situations using quick reflexes (error diagnostics and reactions) without any detour through the control.
Features include automatic clock and trigger routing to simplify synchronization, pinpoint error diagnostics, and the ability to use previous versions of the NI-DAQ driver on the same computer as NI-DAQ 7.
For error diagnostics at a particular bus device, it is possible to terminate the bus, and to decouple the following device.
"This has enhanced cutting pattern storage capabilities, graphic displays and areas such as error diagnostics with digital photographs.
of Stiles Machinery, considers graphic and photo error diagnostics as one of the most important recent refinements in troubleshooting panel saw problems.
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