TDEL

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TDELThick Dielectric Electroluminescent
TDELTime Delay
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Of these 22 experiments, 11 (50%) of the experiments employed a constant time delay procedure and 10 (44.
Two typically utilized time delay procedures are constant time delay and progressive time delay procedures (Walker, 2008).
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This enhanced feedback will reduce time delays unnecessarily programmed to prevent people from waving hands in the air to turn lights back on.
However, Matthew Imi, ATR's chief executive, said yesterday: "I don't know why everyone gets worked up about the time delay.
The BBC said that in future it would consider the possibility of using a time delay for bands that might use offensive language.
The time delay will last several seconds and will allow editors to cut any scenes which they believe are too shocking for viewers.
When the time delay is 20% of the rise time, the reflections are almost imperceptible.
There is persuasive evidence that primary PCI is the preferred treatment strategy in acute MI, but it involves a time delay that can be considerable when a patient must be transferred from a location where the procedure isn't readily available.
The TRDU Series has been designed to simplify the selection of plug-in time delay relays.
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Currently, film processors measure orientation in post processing quality control experiments that are carried out with a considerable time delay after processing.
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