multiple sampling

multiple sampling

[′məl·tə·pəl ′sam·pliŋ]
(industrial engineering)
A plan for quality control in which a given number of samples from a group are inspected, and the group is either accepted, resampled, or rejected, depending on the number of failures found in the samples.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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And because VESDA detectors are highly sensitive and their pipe networks, which have multiple sampling points, can be placed where smoke is most likely to travel, they excel at detecting diluted smoke - unlike conventional point and beam detectors.
The Terahertz spectrometer Spectra 1000D is capable of making measurements in multiple sampling geometries, and combines reflective spectroscopy with the existing proprietary transmission spectroscopy technology.
Blood sampling for DGE, which offers the advantage of multiple sampling over time with minimal distress to the animal, is feasible, although not fully validated.
A key driver in reducing costs he said was the HGCA's grain sampling project, which can save the industry up to pounds 2.5m a year by avoiding multiple sampling, rejections and disputes.
Standard features include a five-digit display, continuous process monitoring, three peak recording functions, two record functions with multiple sampling rates from 1 Hz to 10 kHz and storage up to 8,000 data points, three process control output signals, RS-232 output, four log operation functions, selectable engineering units, automatic power-down, and rechargeable Ni-Cad batteries.
The P2DL unit allows for storage of over 34,000 pressure readings time stamped in permanent non-volatile memory; multiple sampling rates between 1 second to 5 minutes; and standard USB connection to custom software and Auto Graph-Scaling for PC viewing for export to Excel [R].
Users can choose between multiple sampling rates between 1 second to 5 minutes.
The Multiplexer allows you to remotely monitor multiple sampling points throughout your facility without the labor associated with traditional sampling methods.
Additionally, the 10mL working volume allows multiple samplings throughout the fermentation run to assess culture growth and protein production.
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