optimum charge

optimum charge

[′äp·tə·məm ′chärj]
(ordnance)
Propelling charge, with web and propellant weight combination, which produces maximum velocity at a specified pressure.
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When sun rays fall on Urja Modules, securely mounted on the roof of rickshaw, generate DC energy, which then charges the battery via the Smart Urja Charge controller, bringing optimum charge to the batteries.
The Neo constantly diagnoses the battery's condition and adjusts the charging curve for optimum charge to reduce heat and overcharge for longer life.
Ideal for limited space locations, the compact Legacy Neo high frequency charger provides constant diagnosis of a battery's condition, and adjusts the charging curve for optimum charge. This reduces both heat and overcharge to maximize battery life.
The refrigerant charge providing maximum COP and sufficient cooling capacity was chosen as the optimum charge in the system.
Ultimately, a system was devised whereby a gun could be loaded by simply unscrewing its barrel with a key; pouring powder into a chamber, the capacity of which provided the optimum charge for the piece; then placing a ball that was slightly larger than the bore on top of the chamber and replacing the barrel.
The units continually monitor the battery's condition to provide optimum charge at the proper current, regardless of battery age, battery type, or electrolyte temperature.
Because batteries can lose 25 percent of their stored power in the first three days after being charged--and 1 percent to 2 percent for each day thereafter--choose a "smart" charger that uses a microprocessor to deliver an optimum charge, and then keep the spare battery in the charger.
With each pulse of diagnostics, the charger's microprocessor adjusts to deliver the optimum charge. The result is a reduced charge time of 10 minutes.
However, a confusing "optimum charge" light gives users the impression they have a fully-primed radio.
The determination of optimum charge length was based on actual field experimentation on a number of small diameter holes in the VCR area with various explosive and stemming depths.