fault monitoring

fault monitoring

[′fȯlt ‚män·ə·triŋ]
(systems engineering)
A procedure for systematically checking for errors and malfunctions in the software and hardware of a computer or control system.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Separate isolation channels and constant fault monitoring ensure the highest level of device reliability, providing system operators with detailed information about how the switches and their loads are behaving on the other side of the isolation barrier.
It will enable the council to cut maintenance costs with real-time fault monitoring and by using detailed operational intelligence to improve day-to-day effectiveness and planning.
Without this internal circuitry, the ADS-B system would require an external control head for manual sync and fault monitoring. Plus you'd be messing around with changing beacon codes on multiple units during flight.
They will use vSure to provide fault monitoring, and protection as well as performance and ethernet service SLA management for their backhaul network.
The new components include a new touch panel with network connection as well as a revised fault monitoring concept, internal data connection for data mining, digital system documentation in the SCHWING cloud, as well as fully electronic flow measurement for catalyst supply air and a process signal light.
Renovotec says it includes after-sales support with all Zebra printers it sells and for many models this can include preventative remote fault monitoring that identifies and even anticipates printer problems.
The analyzers feature a 4.3-inch color LCD; 4-wire Kelvin test leads with fault monitoring of drive and sense lines; internal, manual, bus, and external trigger modes; a handler interface for integration with a component handler or system integration; % mode for quickly determining the percent difference between batteries; test speeds to 50 measurements per second to increase manufacturing throughput; and a compare-and-sort feature using nine bins with statistical evaluations.
It can also improve energy efficiency and provide fully automatic fault monitoring using the supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA) control system.
applied multiple PCA and multiple PLS method to fault monitoring for multimode processes [5], in which the similarity index between different operating models was established and used to analyze the shift between the models.
In order to further the cause of the fault analysis and system fault monitoring can determine the required acquisition parameters.
Furthermore, regarding information-collecting APIs, Fujitsu Laboratories and Fujitsu R&D Center are promoting the standardization of the API related to wireless fault monitoring under IEEE802.1CF.