machine interruption

machine interruption

[mə′shēn ‚int·ə′rəp·shən]
(computer science)
A halt in computer operations followed by the beginning of a diagnosis procedure, as a result of an error detection.
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Similarly, production specialists need to respond quickly to any machine downtime as captured footage also will allow the reviewer to understand what went on following a machine interruption. This helps in ensuring that all events that are supposed to be logged in during the production run are documented.
Downtime for changing label reels or torn backing material is a thing of the past, says CFS, with what it bills as the first cross-web labeler that works entirely without machine interruptions. The advantages: greater efficiency, and therefore lower costs.
CFS TiroLabelNT has launched the first cross web labeller in the world that works entirely without machine interruptions provising greater efficiency and lower costs.
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