reference supply

reference supply

[′ref·rəns sə‚plī]
(electronics)
A source of stable and constant voltage, such as a Zener diode, used in analog computers, regulated power supplies, and a variety of other circuits for comparison with a varying voltage.
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Calculate the in-phase component of reference supply current
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For example, a London-based marketing manager at a leading logistics services provider said that the supply chain knowledge she gained enabled her to "create more meaningful marketing materials for Europe, which highlight or reference supply chain drivers rather than just being fluff.
The device features an internal band-gap regulator that eliminates the need for an external reference supply.
Figure 8 shows optimal high-limit curves with supply air temperatures of 10[degrees]C (50[degrees]F) and 16[degrees]C (60[degrees]F), curves which are drawn on the energy penalty contours (Figure 3) based on the reference curve defined in Table 2 (including the reference supply air temperature of 13[degrees]C [55[degrees]F]).
EMKA reference supply relationships with many of Europe's major road and rail vehicle manufacturers with examples from this expanding portfolio, including high end executive expresses and super cars.
IEEE 488, Ethernet, USB, and parallel port interfaces extend remote capabilities, and an optional 6-VA internal reference supply supports stand-alone operations.
Sales professionals can reference sales data, operations managers can reference supply chain statistics, and finance professionals have financial reports.
1) Annex 1 to the Terms of Reference supply original or equivalent consumables for printers and copiers, and the original or equivalent magnetic tape streamer for Part I,
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