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analyzer

[′an·ə‚līz·ər]
(computer science)
A routine for the checking of a program.
One of several types of computers used to solve differential equations.
(engineering)
A multifunction test meter, measuring volts, ohms, and amperes. Also known as set analyzer.
(mechanical engineering)
The component of an absorption refrigeration system where the mixture of water vapor and ammonia vapor leaving the generator meets the relatively cool solution of ammonia in water entering the generator and loses some of its vapor content.
(optics)
A device, such as a Nicol prism, which passes only plane polarized light; used in the eyepiece of instruments such as the polariscope.
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Arguably the most well known of these are SITA, employed on the Humphrey Field Analyzer, and the Zippy Estimation by Sequential Testing (ZEST), used in FDT2.
This certification is the result of a thorough assessment and extensive review of AR's quality-management system and its competence to perform calibrations on many AR-designed and manufactured field probes and field analyzers.
However, there are now field analyzers for on-line measurement of moisture content that can be used to advantage over the classic method, provided they are properly designed for the application.
The new Model EFA-200 and Model EFA-300 field analyzers, designed for use in industry, by insurers, and by health and safety professionals, employ an innovative shaped-time-domain (STD) technology.
The diagnostic and monitoring devices segment has been sub-segmented into optical coherence tomography scanners, perimeters/visual field analyzers, fundus cameras, auto refractors, and keratometers, tonometers, slit lamps, phoropters, ophthalmic ultrasound imaging systems (ophthalmic ultrasound bio microscopes, ophthalmic b-scan ultrasound, ophthalmic A-scan ultrasound, and ophthalmic pachymeters), wavefront aberrometers, ophthalmoscopes, lensmeters, optical biometry systems, corneal topography systems, specular microscopes, chart projectors, retinoscopes, and others.

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