residual charge

residual charge

[rə′zij·ə·wəl ′chärj]
(electricity)
The charge remaining on the plates of a capacitor after initial discharge.
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Prentice, Teradyne: "With all high-power test, controlling the residual charge and power of failing devices during test is a critical challenge.
Unfortunately, even batteries that appear dead can contain a residual charge, which could lead to a spark.
In conjunction with the IQ Power HL Static Neutralizing bars, Sensors in CLFB mode allow power units to adjust in real-time to ensure the material has the lowest possible residual charge.
With Static removal device Residual Charge Discharge Stick
They are also aware that used batteries carry a residual charge and represent an electrical hazard.
Because of the short distance between spinneret and substrate in EDW, the residual charge accumulated on the insulating substrate would play an important role on the motion deposition process of charged jet.
The MINICAB-MiEV uses the i-MiEV's combination instrument cluster which houses Digital Speedometer, Power Meter, Drive Battery Residual Charge Indicator and Available Range displays.
If the grounding exists long time, the overvoltages levels can be higher during switches due to the residual charge and the higher voltage in the ungrounded phases.
These false images arise from residual signal in the X-ray-to-light conversion layer or from residual charge in the thin-film transistor itself.6-8 These are very different from inadequate erasure and double exposure in CR (Figure 4).
Similarly, a surface OH bound to only 1 Al has a residual charge of -1/2.]
But dumping the residual charge could take up to eight and a half hours for a full charge, but in most cases it will be less than an hour.
The system adjusts as needed in real time to guarantee you are receiving the lowest possible residual charge. The distinctive design allows for various configurations, giving you the ability to position the sensors across the target to receive a complete understanding of any electrostatic charge issues unique to your application.

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