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readout

[′rēd‚au̇t]
(computer science)
The presentation of output information by means of lights a display, printout, or other methods.
To sense information contained in some computer internal storage and transmit this information to a storage external to the computer.

readout

(1) A small display device that typically shows only a few digits or a couple of lines of data.

(2) Any display screen or panel.
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Plenty of thought has gone into the ergonomics of the new C4 with all controls, dials and read-outs perfectly positioned for ease of use.
Instead, therefore, there are digital read-outs and large numbers, orange and anonymous, flashed across the screen.
The read-outs go far beyond a listing of systolic and diastolic pressures, and are complicated to interpret, she said.
MICK McCarthy says he will continue to use his own judgment on how hard his teams are working rather than turn to in-depth computer read-outs.
The fuel delivery is monitored by a state of the art Vetter-Root system with electronic read-outs and computerized management reports.
These LCDs are intended to display read-outs from gauges such as the speedometer, as well as simultaneously display images that enlarge the driver's field of vision and provide visual guidance and safety warnings via connections with cameras and various sensors mounted on the vehicle.
There's also its own-design instrument panel with hi-tech Optitron analogue road and engine speed read-outs.
The multiple read-outs are incredibly responsive, helping users assess indoor conditions--temperature, CO and C[O.
Concepts are illustrated with read-outs and simple b&w line drawings of anatomical structures.
Then read-outs of what they have eaten will be emailed to their parents at the end of the week.
Their ability to produce precise and accurate read-outs right at the benchtop gives researchers comprehensive test results fast, streamlining the entire R&D and drug discovery process.
Unlike traditional analysis systems, the Guava PCA-96 produces high content read-outs from a single well resulting in experiments that can begin sooner and finish faster, streamlining the entire R&D and drug discovery process.