tide indicator

tide indicator

[′tīd ′in·də‚kād·ər]
(engineering)
That part of a tide gage which indicates the height of tide at any time; the indicator may be in the immediate vicinity of the tidal water or at some distance from it.
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In addition to G-SHOCKs standard 200M water resistance, both collections feature tough solar technology, a tide indicator and moon graph as well as a thermometer to gather key information about the surf.
The maximum tsunami height recorded by a tide indicator for the nuclear plant site far exceeded an earlier-expected maximum level of 9.
In line with the Hawaiian culture of surfing and other watersports, the Milestones Timepiece or GAX100X-4A features 200M water resistance, tide indicator and moon graph for tracking the next big wave.
Upholding the unparalleled Absolute Toughness under extreme conditions that G-SHOCK Master of G wearers have come to expect, the Gulfmaster(Opens a new window) GWN1000H-9A features Triple Sensor technology, of Altimeter/Barometer, Compass, and Thermometer as well as Tide Indicator and Moon Data.
The last timepiece of this series, the GWN1000RD-4A Gulfmaster, also includes Triple Sensor technology, but adds a barometric tendency alarm, Tide Indicator, and Moon Graph.
has been selected to provide the Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology (Phivolcs) with a wide-area disaster prevention system to detect volcanic and seismic activity by using seismic intensity meters and tide indicators, as well as offering disaster countermeasures," the Tokyo-based company said on its website last week.
The wide-area disaster prevention system gathers sensor data recorded by the strong-motion seismographs and tide indicators located throughout the Philippines in the servers at the Phivolcs via satellite-based communication (VSAT)," NEC said.
The company has been selected to provide the Philippines Institute of Volcanology and Seismology with a wide-area disaster prevention system to detect volcanic and seismic activity by using seismic intensity meters and tide indicators, as well as offering disaster countermeasures.
The system will be commencing from February 2015 aiming to provide wide range of services in terms of Disaster Management by collating sensor data from the strong-motion seismographs and tide indicators located throughout the Philippines at the Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology via satellite-based communication (VSAT).