monitor board

monitor board

[′män·əd·ər ‚bȯrd]
(communications)
A console at which a supervising telephone operator sits and from which she or he can intercept calls being handled by other operators.
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This rugged intelligent system monitor board's onboard software and logic can be programmed to autonomously manage a computing enclosure or platform.
The minutes of a Monitor board meeting dated November 28 reveal the watchdog had "several concerns".
After several courses of boards were stacked for each of the kiln runs, a course was selected to include the monitor board. The monitor board was weighed and then placed at the center position of the width of the course, the rest of that course was filled with boards, and then several additional courses were added.
In sugar maple run 2, the monitor board was dried to below 4 percent MC, at which time relative transit time was 0.716, before equalization (Table 1).
Figure 1 shows the set-up of the monitor boards. The experimental set-up consisted of two measurement systems: weight and stress wave transit time.
At the end of each kiln run, the monitor boards were ovendried in a high temperature kiln so that MC could be calculated for every load cell reading during drying.
* Monitor board attendance, along with any corrective action.
Appian Graphics, Redmond, Wash., a leading supplier of multiple monitor display cards, has become the first to receive Microsoft's Windows Hardware Quality Labs (WHQL) Windows 98 certification for its latest multiple monitor board, the Jeronimo Pro.
Appian's high performance 2D/3D multiple monitor board, Jeronimo Pro, met the high standards necessary for inclusion in this prestigious group, demonstrating its ability to increase the effectiveness of multiple monitor support in Windows 98.
The Prisma analog to digital RGB monitor board from Apollo Display Technologies, features universal adaptability to the most common flat panel LCD sizes, resolutions and interface types.