supply current

supply current

[sə′plī ‚kə·rənt]
(geophysics)
The electrical current in the atmosphere which is required to balance the observed air-earth current of fair-weather regions by transporting positive charge upward or negative charge downward.
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The PFC control gives sinusoidal supply current waveforms with low THD, high PF, and smooth DC bus voltage.
For each service should indicate whether it is included in the contract to supply current or is charged in addition.
Hola Nola Foods will maintain NatureStar Foods' Chicagoland area distribution facility to supply current and future customers throughout the Midwest.
With an average supply current of less than 0.07 mA the SGPC3 is able to provide indoor air-quality measurements with several years of battery lifetime.
The KTS1612 operates over the 2.2 V to 5.5V supply voltage range, consuming less than 500nA (typ) of supply current at 4V, 80 percent lower than competing solutions, extending battery run time.
Due to rapid rise from n = 2500 rpm the counter torque of the propeller was increasing with the supply current from the batteries.
A power analyser was used to measure the supply active power, P, the supply apparent power, S, the per-phase supply current THD, [I.sub.RS] THD, [I.sub.SS] THD, and [I.sub.TS] THD, and the total power factor during the experiments described above.
It operates with a single 5 V supply at a typical supply current of 120 mA.
The QCL driver operates as a negative voltage supply current sink.
The device performs well on pitch deviation accuracy, consistent supply current distribution (better than six-sigma), low jitter and enhanced EMC performance provided by an integrated capacitor which also reduces the requirement for external components.
of North Carolina at Greensboro) supply current and future community college librarians with a handbook on their specific duties and skills.
Supply current is less than 21mA and the sensor is operational from -40[degrees]C to +85[degrees]C.