fault finder

fault finder

[′fȯlt ‚fīnd·ər]
(engineering)
Test set for locating trouble conditions in communications circuits or systems.
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You should check PHIVOLCS' Fault Finder website (tml/update_SOEPD/jica_phivolcs_how_safe_is_your_house_feb2014.pdf) or a 2014 Rappler article by Pia Ranada entitled "12-point checklist for an earthquake-resistant house"(a).
This is another innovation from PHIVOLCS after its launch of the Fault Finder app which shows specific areas with active faults.
First up at Sheffield is a 480m puppy open at 7.42 which can go to John Sharp's Fault Finder, while Barrie Draper's Worsboro Spectre looks the call in the 7.58 over 280m and Charlie Lister's Sidarian Riva is a 500m maiden fancy at 8.28.
OZC is also the innovator of the iSFC[R] Fast Fiber Fault Finder SFP Transceivers with integrated Micro-OTDR (uOTDR).
The Rangers boss (pictured below) was the resident fault finder on Canal Plus before taking up the reins at Ibrox.
Aside from street and home security applications, the technology can also be used in industry as a fault finder, enabling companies to monitor production processes and pinpoint why problems are occurring.
Willtek Communications, a provider of mobile testing for telecoms has announced that it is to launch a 3G communication test set called 3100 Mobile Fault Finder for the testing of wireless devices.
This steelcord inspection system is also more than a spacing detector or more than a simple fault finder. The greatest benefits are achieved by using this system as a tool to optimize the production process upstream.
Incorporating more advanced circuitry and electronics, the new Fault Finder (Pearson Type Detector) from Pipeline Inspection Company weighs approximately 33% less and is less expensive.
The TS100 Cable Fault Finder provides an easy method for locating open- and short-circuited conductors.
ARE YOU a fault finder? Soon there will be an app for you.
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