full load


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full load

[¦fu̇l ′lōd]
(electricity)
The greatest load that a circuit or piece of equipment is designed to carry under specified conditions.
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>0.98 at 115 VAC / >0.94 at 230 VAC at full load
- BS (Social Sciences) Program: Rs85,500 per semester for Pakistan nationals(full load of six courses per semester)
As the system load decreases, we have the choice of operating one compressor at full load (base-loaded) with the second compressor trimming or unloading both compressors to maintain equal part-load ratios.
The product can operate at full load in temperatures ranging from zero to 50 degrees Celsius and up to 80 degrees Celsius.
BMI said it is still getting some fuel in Tehran, enough to fly out of Tehran to another airport where it can get a full load of jet fuel.
[UKPRwire, Sun Aug 15 2010] Karl Timmis has been appointed as Head of Full Load, Contracts, Haulage and Support Services for DSV in the UK.
how does that all join up and do you offer full load services as well?
When the load on the system is reduced by half, the power consumed is reduced by one-half cubed, or to one-eighth of full load, Bergen explains.
Only use the washing machine if there's a full load Make sure that the dishwasher or washing machine is completely full before turning it on, and avoid using the half load setting.
Tractor components include full hydrostatic two speed automatic drive, Sunstrand hydraulic motors and pumps, 80 gallon fuel capacity for up to 12 hours full load operation and a 65 gallon hydraulic tank.
Designed for large data centers, complete buildings, healthcare and other critical facility protection, the UPS delivers efficiencies from more than 94 percent at 25 percent load to full load efficiency above 97 percent load, and maintains enough capacity to handle power-hungry applications.