operating angle

operating angle

[′äp·ə‚rād·iŋ ‚aŋ·gəl]
(electronics)
Electrical angle of the input signal (for example, portion of a cycle) during which plate current flows in a vacuum tube amplifier.
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NTN Corporation (hereafter, NTN) has developed the Ultra High Angle DOJ, a plunging constant velocity joint with a maximum operating angle of 39 degrees.
The maximum operating angle is 40 degrees and the maximum rotational torque capacity is 250 ft-lbs, but the recommended maximum intermittent operating torque is 110 ft-lbs.
5 A wide operating angle of more than [+ or -] 60 degrees.
The recessed foot pedals are adjustable to provide a comfortable and ergonomic operating angle.
With a total length of 40 m (130 ft) and a maximum operating angle of 42 degrees, the Chain Commander 130 can reach a maximum discharge height of more than 24 m (80 ft) while maintaining capacity of 10,000 bu/h.
Commenting on Tab-reed's quarterly results, Anastasios Dalgiannakis, head of trading at Dubai-based Mubasher Financial Services, told Gulf News: "From the operating angle, it seems, Tabreed has stabilised and has enough funds to fund its capital expenditure.
The operating angle in the horizontal plane is nearly 60 degrees for each photodetector.
For propshafts, the opposed tracks are used with a flat radial offset track shape to achieve high endurance at a wide operating angle range.
In addition, the GROHE SilkMoveA technology enables a generous operating angle for especially soft and precise temperature adjustment.
Five miniature models transmit power and a max operating angle of 60-degrees at max speed of 10,000 rpm @ 0 degrees.
This is aided by an overhung shaft and the 45[degrees] operating angle.
3]/h Segment erector lift capacity 30 kN Erector operating angle [+ or -]190 [degrees] Total installed power 540 kW Installed power on cutter wheel 400 kW