power check

power check

[′pau̇·ər ‚chek]
(computer science)
An automatic suspension of computer operations resulting from a significant fluctuation in internal electric power.
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"He considered that given the engine was not achieving its normal rpm in the (pre-flight) power check the take-off should not have been attempted," the report adds.
Also, the power check over the deck was non-standard.
Petal power Check out these floral beauties, they are blooming marvellous.
Instead of a run-up, there is an Engine Control Unit check where you push a couple buttons, and the "available power check" where you bring up the power, check indications, and bring the engines back to idle.
charger NATO power Check cable and connectors for visible signs of damage.
A four-position range switch selects 0-500, 0-5,000, 0-50,000 CPM, or battery power check on the single analog scale, and the on/off switch has a third position for an audio indicator.
will renovate north wing of Hangar 34; will build a composite shop, battery shop, new warehouse, a launch and recovery building; and will expand power check pad and wash rack.
I told my copilot that I wanted to get a good power check over the deck.
The power required to produce hovering thrust was at least 200 horsepower higher just before the first tree impact than it was where the power check was conducted seconds before.
As the CH-53E crew pulled into a 10-foot hover for a routine power check on the initial takeoff, they heard an unusual sound from the No.