wide tolerance

wide tolerance

A tolerance greater than standard tolerance.
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Guarantee a wide tolerance for vibrations and shocks (MIL-STD-810F)
call for applications - market swde spouse / ilac supply repair parts brass, cast iron and stainless steel clamps and spigots wide tolerance and broad tolerance sleeves (belt-mlt).
This defect, caused by the weld bead pulling on the pipe, was beyond even the wide tolerance of the Hydratight connector's seals.
5 V for white LEDs, but has a fairly wide tolerance.
With soft silicone gel binders, the materials are flexible enough to fill large gaps with wide tolerance ranges without overstressing components.
Although they prefer well-drained soil, they have a wide tolerance to soil types and may be given the same garden locations you would choose for daylilies (Hemerocallis), from full- to half-day sun, even if morning sun is probably the exposure they most prefer.
The HE-1400 and HE-1600 Series controllers, which are RollS compliant, feature wide tolerance power supplies (12 VDC [+ or -] 25%), locking connectors and low-mass tantalum capacitors for maximum tolerance to shock and vibration, Mil-spec silicon resin conformal coatings, laboratory-certified operating temperature ranges of -40[degrees]C to +80[degrees]C and calculated MTBF in excess of 150K hours (HE-1600) and 200K hours (HE-1400).
The unit incorporates automatic voltage regulation to provide a wide tolerance to power fluctuations, and assures protection against damaging power surges to telephone, fax, modern and Internet lines.
Hipulse E has power ratings between 120kVA and 4800kVA and offers wide tolerance to both input voltage (+/-15%) and input frequency (+/-5%).
The EquaFlow II is said to help resolve such problems as wide tolerance variations, warping, twisting, voids, sagging at the product center and having to run at reduced production speeds to accommodate uneven material distribution for manufacturers of polymer compounds.