range unit

range unit

[′rānj ‚yü·nət]
(electronics)
Radar system component used for control and indication (usually counters) of range measurements.
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It is a top of the range unit for people with dementia and mental health problems.
Peggy lives at a free range unit at Seahouses having been rescued from life in a cage by owner Marian Nicol.
A detailed list of quantitative and qualitative contain Annex 1a to the Terms of Reference - a form of range - range unit and Annex 1b to the Terms of Reference - price form.
Berwick Borough Council is to hold an extraordinary meeting of its planning committee on Monday night to decide an application from farmers Jayne and Jonathan Watson of Bowsden Moor, for a free range unit of up to 16,000 birds on their land.
Farmers Jayne and Jonathan Watson of Bowsden Moor, near Berwick, want planning permission for a free range unit for up to 16,000 birds on their land.
Farmers Jayne and Jonathan Watson of Bowsden Moor, near Berwick, are seeking planning permission for a free range unit capable of housing 16,000 birds on their land.
The kitchen/ diner is newly fitted with a range units with coordinating worktops, integrated oven, hob and fridge and wood effect flooring.
Accommodation comprises a lounge, dining room and a kitchen fitted with a range units.
A door leads from here to the breakfast kitchen which is fitted with an extensive range units, including a central island with Belfast sink, drainer and hardwood work surfaces, cupboards and shelves.
A key benefit for free range units is that the solar-powered device needs neither batteries nor mains electricity.
Smaller range units are fitted with a standard micro controller, which can interface with a BMS and can support popular standard MODBUS, J-BUS and BACNET protocols.
A subcontract through the FAA for updated Runway Visual Range units, estimated to be $2.