overtemperature


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overtemperature

i. An exhaust temperature that exceeds the maximum allowable for a given operating condition or time limit.
ii. A condition in which a device has reached a temperature above that allowed by the manufacturer.
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It considers the transitory thermal conditions, when both two elements have the environment temperature at initial moment, t = 0, and so, they have the overtemperatures [[??].sub.1] = [[??].sub.2] = 0.
The recuperative converter exhibited an overtemperature phenomenon of a low intensity.
The amplifiers feature fault alarms for gain, overcurrent, overtemperature (with overtemperature shutdown) and SWR.
The LTM4700 also has self- and load-protection features against fault conditions such as over- and undervoltage, overcurrent and overtemperature.
Temporary overtemperature will happen if valve A works together with valve B or valve E.
The amplifier stages are protected from overtemperature by removing the DC voltage to them if a cooling blockage or fan failure occurs.
* A winding temperature sensor and internal overtemperature protection for hall sensor versions is offered.
The furnace has an optional Overtemperature Safety System for automatic furnace shutdown in the event of a high temperature excursion, an add-on recommended for unattended furnace operation.
The device provides a voltage-proportional-to-absolute-temperature (VPTAT) output, as well as individual under-temperature and overtemperature alert outputs, defined by user-adjustable thresholds.
For safety, the Freedom load bank features main line circuit fusing, wrong voltage protection and overtemperature protection.
Because older fossil-fuel plants often are operated cyclically, thermal shocks and overtemperature excursions are created during the frequent start-ups, shutdowns, and load swings.
2.4 kg - 3 power levels 750/1250/2000 W - Overtemperature protection - Thermostat - Built-in handle for handling the device - control wheels