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For any alarm system, all the information associated must be managed, including the tag name, descriptor, priority and deadband. In addition, all the ancillary information must be managed such as possible causes of the alarm, operator actions and consequences of failing to respond.
(i) Frequency response deadband: the real power is not modulated in the case of small frequency deviations from the nominal value.
(b) deadband: frequency range of no power modulations,
The typical sequence would establish a deadband (between 40% heating and 40% cooling) in which the floor is inactive.
On the SCADA design side, deadbands should be tuned to reduce data processing, storage, and transmission requirements.
In all three cases, there is a lockout function that closes the windows whenever wind is gusting; the same temperature, wind, and humidity-based setpoints are used; and 1[degrees]F (0.56[degrees]C) deadbands exist around all setpoints to prevent excessive open/close cycling of the automatic windows.
With short deadbands, this series offers a small, threaded housing for mounting, pushbutton set up, and unique configurability for on/off detection.
The size combines with the deadbands of 51 mm and 120 mm to provide efficient proximity detection within sensing ranges up to 1 m and 2 m, respectively.
With one of the shortest deadbands in the industry for 30-mm ultrasonic, proximity sensors, these detect objects within a sensing range from 120 mm to 1 mm.
All of the other zones are heating only with setpoints of 60[degrees]F and 10[degrees]F deadbands.
The devices resist vibration and offer high cycle life, easy setpoint, and narrow adjustable deadbands. The pressure setting range is up to 20,000 psi.
When the error is larger than the pulseband (the pulseband is always greater than the deadband), the signal is constant, as in on-off control.
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