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.

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.
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In May 2016, the ultra-high-speed elevator reached 1,200m/min as its rated speed.
In May 2016, the ultra-high-speed elevator reached 1,200 m/min as its rated speed.
6 thru 56 in-lb and rated speed of 15 thru 60 rpm are available depending on frame size and gear ratio.
new UltraSCSI 160MB/sec devices will operate at full rated speed on the same bus.
A 20MB/sec SCSI channel moving data at its maximum rated speed could move or, in this case, migrate 72GB of data per hour.
Business users with serious workloads purchase Kyocera printers because the cost per page is substantially lower than anything on the market at the rated speed.
While you still won't achieve the rated speed of the array, you'll maximize the data throughput for the specific blend of hardware and software you're running.
The BERT-IP technology enables customers to test these multi-gigabit SERDES connections at their rated speed and diagnose common PCB faults that can increase the bit error rate to unacceptable levels or prevent the connections from functioning all together.
7 J, Impact At Rated Speed 0-3960 Bpm, Rated Speed 450 - 1550 Rpm, Drilling Diameter Concrete, Hmmer Drill Bits 4-18, Max.
Printing features include standard duplexing at 100% of the rated speed, a total paper capacity of 3,550 sheets (with all trays and options) and standard Ethernet and USB 2.