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MIUMake It Up
MIUMacro in Use
MIUMain Instrument Unit
MIUMeter Interface Unit
MIUMinor Injuries Unit (hospitals)
MIUMisr International University (Cairo, Egypt)
MIUMillion International Units
MIUMen in Uniform
MIUMaharishi International University (Fairfield, IA)
MIUMinimally Invasive Urology (various locations)
MIUMobile Internet User
MIUMemory Interface Unit (microprocessor architecture and memory interface)
MIUMolecular Imaging University (Siemens)
MIUMachine Interface Unit
MIUMinimum Investment Unit
MIUManagement Incentive Unit (finance)
MIUMultifunction Interface Unit
MIUManipur International University (est. 2018)
MIUMain Instrument Unit (automotive)
MIUMother Infant Unit
MIUMajor Investigation Unit
MIUMedical Information Unit
MIUMissile Interface Unit
MIUMoisture, Insolubles, and. Unsaponifiables (grease rendering)
MIUMultistation Interface Unit
MIUMeasurement Indication Unit (electrical leakage current unit)
MIUMetallic Interface Unit (Hekimian)
MIUMessage Interface Unit
MIUMedia Interoperability Unit
MIUMarketing Intelligence Unit (various organizations)
MIUMicrowave Interface Unit
MIUMiddle Income Unit
MIUMoisture, Insolubles, Unsaponifiables
MIUMongolian International University (Mongolia)
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When material lots change, the machine operator enters the new material lot number manually and/or via barcode scanners at the Machine Interface Unit or PC Machine Interface Unit.
The system features a machine interface unit (MIU) that displays current production data, job standards and machine status, while providing continuous indication of machine performance with color-coded status lamps.
The new software for Mattec's machine interface units is said to provide operator security for all functionality and operator traceability of logins to ensure that the person recording production and quality results is in fact the approved operator.
Entering or changing data must be done at ProHelp machine interface units or PC user terminals.
Epos Corp., Auburn, Ala., is showing machine interface units for its recently introduced Series 300 and 4000 production and process monitoring systems.