setting ring

setting ring

[′sed·iŋ ‚riŋ]
(ordnance)
Part of a mechanical fuse setter that takes hold of a fixed ring on the fuse of a projectile; it then rotates the entire projectile except a small ring, or setting element, in the fuse; this setting element is kept from turning by the adjusting ring in the fuse setter just long enough to make the desired change in the setting of the fuse.
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Diagold square yellow and pink sapphire with diamonds in 18k white gold setting ring and earring set valued at P350,000
As featured in the binary SBY, the analogue SBY is simple to adjust via the calibrated setting ring.
Diamonique Sterling Silver Cinderella Setting Ring, pounds 52.50
The battery goes inside the brightness setting ring on top of the scope body.
* Hold the drain basket in position in the shower bay drain hole, slide on the washers, and then thread on and hand-tighten the exterior setting ring. Tighten the ring with a large slip-joint pliers until it's firmly in place.
The Nokia 282 offers up to 100 minutes of talk time and 24 hours of standby time, a vibrating alert, a profiles key for setting ring and volume options and 12 ringing tunes plus an option enabling users to set special tunes for VIP callers.
We used a single master setting ring gage to establish size several times each day, and we depended on a yearly calibration to adjust and certify the magnification and linearity of these air gages.