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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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To reduce the cost of the module, enable the readout chips to be tested immediately before installation, permit rework, and simplify the application of the APV25 to other projects, Bates developed a BGA package for the die and redesigned the readout module.
Figure 3 shows a detailed view of the readout channel, which includes a dark current cancellation circuit, switched-capacitor integrator, and sample-and-hold circuit.
Turners has mounted the units on the front bulkhead of the trailers and taken advantage of the reversible readout that allows drivers to clearly view the temperature status in their rear view mirrors.
DTM-100 panel-mount temperature readout offers 3/4-in.
The unit includes planetary mixer and high speed disperser agitators, follower plate discharge system, thermocouple for temperature readout, a jacketed vessel to permit heating or cooling during processing, vacuum construction for operation to 29.
The PT 880 digital readout has an ergonomic design and its contouring features allow one to program any two-dimensional part and graphically follow the cutting process on a large TFT color monitor.
Providing readout in Krebs units and grams, the KU-2 has been designed for the measurement of paints, coatings, inks, pastes, and adhesives.
Good for music, data and any other digital files you can think of, the memory sticks themselves come in 128, 256 and 512MB capacities, and the docking station-type MP3 player has a backlit LCD readout so you can identify what you're playing.
The unique charge-to-mass ratio of each eTag reporter--that is, its electrical charge divided by its molecular weight--makes it show up as a specific peak on the capillary electrophoresis readout.
In some combat vehicles, the digital readout located on top of the new A-20 personnel heater's doghouse is blocked from view.
A fast, low-noise readout for the array has been built, which allows the sensitivity of the array to be limited by the fundamental Johnson noise of the microbolometers.