ME

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AcronymDefinition
MEMiddle English
MEMiddle East
MEMaine (US postal abbreviation)
MEMillennium Edition (Microsoft Windows)
MEMedical Examiner
MEModern English
MEMiddle Earth
MEMode Entry
MEMobile Electronics
MEMass Effect (game)
MEManaging Editor (newspaper industry)
MEMirror's Edge (game)
MEMain Engine
MEMail Early (slogan of post office)
MEMechanical Engineer
MEModel Engineer
MEMobile Equipment
MEMechanical Engineering
MEMaster of Engineering (degree program)
MEManufacturing Engineering
MEMedical Education
MEMid-Engine
MEMarriage Encounter
MEMaximum Effort
MEMaintenance Equipment
MESpanish North Africa
MEMarine Engineer
MEMechanical Equipment
MEMount Everest
MEMilitary Equipment
MEMoral Education (school subject)
MEMiddle East Airlines (Air Liban, Lebanon, IATA airline code)
MEMission Employment (active phase of a mission or exercise)
MEMembers Equity (Australian Bank)
MEMutant Enemy
MEMotion Estimation (part of temporal redundancy coding technique used in digital television)
MEMaître (French title)
MEMesserschmitt (German aircraft manufacturer)
MEMelissa Etheridge (musician)
MEMiscellaneous Equipment
MEMinistry of Environment
MEMedway (postcode, United Kingdom)
MEMitsubishi Electric (various locations)
MEOpening Information (filename extension; as in READ.ME)
MEMaster Electrician
MEMobility Equipment
MEMacro Economics
MEMechanized (welding)
MEManagement Engineering
MEMission Essential
MEMulti-Edit
MEMicrowave Engineering
MEMinistério da Educação (Portuguese Ministry for Education)
MEMinimum Energy
MEMaximum Entropy
MEMaterials Engineer
MEMichael Ellis (musician)
MEMethyl Group (-ch3)
MEMonth Ending
MEMyalgic Encephalomyelitis
MEMuzzle Energy
MEMolecular Electronics
MEMain Effort
MEMicro-Economics
MEMoneda Extranjera (Spanish: Foreign Currency)
MEMetabolizable Energy
MEMaster's Degree in Engineering
MEMultiengine
MEMission Économique (French: Economic Mission; various locations)
MEMental Endurance (Rifts RPG)
MEMedicina Estetica
MEManagement Entity
MEMain Electronics
MEMobiele Eenheid
MEMontreal Exchange
MEMarine Enlisted
MEMessina, Sicilia (Italian province)
MEManaged Entity
MEMinimum Evolution
MEMaintenance Entity (ITU-T)
MEMechanical End
MEMission Evangélique (French)
MEManeuver Enhancement (Brigade)
MEMinistria e Ekonomisë (Ministry of Economics, Albania)
MEMoniteur-Educateur (French: Teacher for Children with Difficulties)
MEMental Excellence (education)
MEMargin Enhancement
MEMature Equivalent
MEMass Excavation (hydraulic excavators)
MEMolecular Emission
MEManaged Element
MEMoessbauer Effect
MEMapping Entity
MEMuse Elf (gaming)
MEMultiple Exceptionalities (education)
MEManpower Estimate
MEMinimum Number of Errors
MEMain Etch (semiconductor gate etching)
MEMirador Electoral (Guatemala)
MEMarine Etablissement (Dutch)
MEMicrocode Engineer
MEMilitary Special Delivery (Scott Catalogue prefix; philately)
MEMissile Enable
MEMusic Exhibitioner
MEMorristown and Erie Railway Incorporated
MEMulti Equipos (Guatemala)
MEMotion Executor
MEMaintenance/Methods Engineering
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The main electronics is in a NEMA 4 rated aluminum housing with a built-in relay, alarm LED, and a four-position programmable keypad to adjust emissivity (0.05 to 1.00) and high and low alarm set points.
* Connection of the sensor head to the main electronics housing via a 1.8-M (6') shielded cable.
The large diameter housing is the main electronics housing.
Meanwhile Denso, Toyota's main electronics supplier, has stepped up activities in the hybrid field.
Casio Computer said sales of its main electronics equipment and devices fell across the board amid the slump in business related to information technology (IT).
The Greek company will produce the main electronics parts for the missile systems and will also develop and manufacture the equipment required for testing those parts.
We found out later that we had also torn some wires loose from a controller cable, where it plugs into the main electronics of the chair.
Kuutti found the best place for the main electronics module, about the size of a pager, to be in a firefighter's helmet, above the webbing.