range selection

range selection

[′rānj si‚lek·shən]
(electronics)
Control on a radar indicator for selection of range scale.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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It therefore comes with all wheel drive and a n electronic high and low range selection, the payload is up to 1,155kg with a braked trailer weight of 3,500g.
From this range selection, I can input data into E7 and press the Enter key to both enter the data and move the cursor automatically to the next selected cell--E8 in this example.
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The calibrated range selection function makes manual adjustments unnecessary.
* A menu-driven front panel keypad with rotary encoder knob and range selection buttons.
The DMD4008 is a quick setup for hundreds of I/O ranges, features external switches and table for range selection, has removable plugs for fast installation with a functional output test button and selectable sink/source for current output.
Celtic Mowers provides a wide range selection of equipment to domestic and commercial markets from small garden mowers to large municipal cutters and tractors, as well as extensive parts and maintenance services.
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"There is a real need for better, more detailed information to help facilitate accurate range selection decisions," says Mat Lintern, MMR Research Worldwide managing director.
Food and drink are displayed in wooden chalets that also house a top of the range selection of gifts and crafts.