rated speed

rated speed

[′rād·əd ′spēd]
(computer science)
The maximum operating speed that can be sustained by a data-processing device or communications line, not allowing for periodic pauses for various reasons such as carriage return on a printer.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.

rated speed

The speed in feet (or meters) per minute at which a device, apparatus, conveyance, elevator, etc., is designed to operate in the upward direction with the rated load.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Architecture and Construction. Copyright © 2003 by McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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In May 2016, the ultra-high-speed elevator reached 1,200m/min as its rated speed. The elevator that marked the world's fastest speed at that time is now in the final adjustment phase and Hitachi has been pursuing even higher speeds, modifying control units and safety devices for the elevator.
In May 2016, the ultra-high-speed elevator reached 1,200 m/min as its rated speed. The elevator that marked the world's fastest speed at that time is now in the final adjustment phase.
According to the company, the new line has a rated speed of 10,000 cigarettes per minute and is expected to be operational by November 2017.
While each is capable of running even faster, PTi sets the maximum rated speed at an upper motorload threshold of 85%.
Each is capable of faster speeds, however, PTi establishes the maximum rated speed based on an upper motor load threshold of 85 percent.
Automating and simplifying production is possible with a range of workflow offerings, including XMPie, PersonalEffect, StoreFlow, Xerox FreeFlow Core and VI Suite and solutions from GMC and Solimar -- all driving the press at rated speed for maximum productivity.
These four engines will offer 45, 57, 80 and 110 mhp respectively with a rated speed of 3000 or 3200 rpm.
According to the firm, the new model's rated speed of up to 150 documents per minute represents a 50% increase over the TellerScan's previous maximum throughput speed of 100 DPM.
The M360 is a single-width, single-circumference offset press with a rated speed of 36,000 copies per hour.
Available in fourteen measuring ranges from 0.2 to 20 Nm with a rated speed of 50,000 rpm and 50 to 5,000 Nm at 30,000 rpm, all with an integrated speed sensor output of up to 360 pulses per revolution.
Alstom has previously set a new benchmark for the spinning of turbines within the Indian hydro sector - recording a rated speed of 333 rotations per minute in a record time of less than 10 hours - on three Francis vertical turbines.
Testing has showed that the TS240-UV runs at near rated speed, with only a 1-3% difference from the non-UV model as compared to some competing models that see up to a 30% reduction in scanning throughput on UV models over rated scanning speeds of non-UV models.