The power, voltage, or current produced by a device to generate or regulate electrical power; as, the power supply had a maximum output of 250 milliamps.
The data or information produced by operation of a computer program or subroutine for transfer to another program or to an external device. The output of one program may be used as the input to another program.
The place that the audio signal goes out of a piece of equipment. Examples would be the speaker output from an amplifier or the tape output from a mixer.
The flow of results from the computer going to the monitor, printer, speaker, MIDI instrument, or other output equipment. Some equipment, such as MIDI musical instruments or plotters can be used as input and output devices.
The high level (speaker) or line level (RCA) signals sent from one system component to another, or the high level signal from an amplifier to the system speakers.
The electrical stimulus delivered by the pulse generator and usually defined in terms of pulse amplitude (V) and pulse width (ms). (In pacing, output used alone usually refers to electrical output of the device, while the term cardiac output is used for blood throughput of the heart.)
The output of a hybrid crystal clock oscillator is a highly stable reference signal.
Terminal at which a component, circuit or piece of equipment delivers current, voltage or power.
Movement of matter, energy, or information out of a system. Also see input.
A connector on a device that gives it's signal to another device. Can be microphone level, line level, balanced, or unbalanced. Many devices have multiple outputs.
Matter, energy, or information leaving a system. Compare input, throughput.
Data produced by the data processing system because of a processing function. Output may take one of many forms (see "input"), with the addition of printout, on either special printed forms or blank stock.
Data that has been processed. The state or sequence of states occurring on a specified output channel. The device or collective set of devices used for taking data out of a device. A channel for expressing a state of a device or logic element. The process of transferring data from an internal storage device to an external storage device. Compare with: input.
Any electronic or digital signal, transmission, visual image, printout or digital data emanating from a device such as a computer, TV, tuner or CD player. Also, a jack that emits a signal. Always connected to an input.
explained under input.
What a computer produces in response to user input.
The part of the circuit where the process signal is available.
The result generated by a process than transforms an input.
signal that comes out of an electronic system
a data point consumed by an I/O device and transferred from a scanner to a device over the DeviceNet network
a DC signal proportional to the vibration
a pin, connection, or electrical signal that comes OUT of a device and reflects its current state
the result of transforming inputs into goods or services that satisfy, directly or indirectly, human wants, needs and desires. (HHC)
(1) The end result of a process or system. (2) Information leaving a device; data resulting from processing. (3) An audio, electric, or mechanical signal delivered by an instrument to a load.
LPG input less efficiency of appliance equates to output
A jack that sends out a signal from a device.
a write only signal.
The audio signal exiting a component.
the load cell's produced signal (current, pressure, voltage, etc.); when directly comparative to electrical excitation, the signal must be expressed in like terms (volts per volt, per ampere, etc.)
That section of the control which produces the desired result of the controller based on its inputs.
A path through which audio passes from one device to another. Types of outputs vary in connector type, level, use (sends, monitor, mix), and electrical characteristics (impedance, balanced or unbalanced). They can be analogue or digital.
The signal level at the output of an amplifier or other device.
(1) Data that flows out of a computer to any device; (2) in specification description language, an action within a transition which generates a signal which, in turn, acts as an input elsewhere; and (3) power, current or voltage at the output of a device.
This term can have various meanings including the sound level produced by a loudspeaker or it can refer to sockets where the signal leaves i.e.: Video output, speaker output, mixer output etc. see also Input.
1) The jack or physical location of where a device sends out a signal. 2) The signal put out by a device.
The signal a node passes on to subsequent layers (before being multiplied by a connection weight). In the output layer, the set of each node's output is the ANN's output for a particular input vector.
The signal (voltage, current, pressure, etc.) produced by the load cell. Where the output is directly proportional to excitation, the signal must be expressed in terms of volts per volt, per ampere, etc., of excitation.
1. The yield or product of an activity furnished by man, machine, or a system. 2. Power or energy delivered by an engine, generator, etc. 3. The electrical signal which emanates from a transducer and which is a function of the applied stimulus. Compare input. The quantity represented by the signal may be given in terms of electrical units, frequency, or time.
a component such as a buzzer that converts an electrical signal into another form of energy
Outputs are 'the goods and services produced by the organisation'. For example, they include how many bins a local council empties and the percentage of Council Tax it collects. They can link inputs to outcomes so it's worth using them with other sorts of indicators.
The energy delivered by a circuit or device. The electrical signal produced by the input to the transducer.
The electrical signal which is produced by an applied input to the transducer.
That part of a circuit where the processed signal is available.
Apparent power Pn that the UPS can deliver under given load conditions (power factor = 0.8).
The electrical signal measured at the output terminals when given input signal to a transducer.
A connection interface in which signals are fed out of an electronic device. Also, the power capability of an amplifier.
The electrical signal measured at the output terminals, which is produced by an applied load to a transducer.
The electrical signal that results from applied pressure to the transducer.
A receptacle on a timer or other device that allows for the outbound connection of peripheral devices. See also Input.
the useful energy delivered by a circuit or device. Can mean energy produced at the output terminals of an amplifier-a source of energy.
A connection on a receiver or other component that enables a signal to be sent to a TV or other component.
The physical products, institutional and operational changes, or improved skills and knowledge to be achieved by the project or program as a result of good management of inputs and activities. The immediate, visible, concrete and tangible consequences of project inputs.
The useful power or signal delivered by a circuit or device.
The information that comes out of a function, program, etc. The opposite of input.
(Or output signal.) The quantity that is delivered by an instrument or a component of an instrument; used in contradistinction to the input.
1. The section of a sensor or control circuit that energizes and/or de-energizes the attached load (or input). 2. The useful energy delivered by a circuit or device.
A product or operation which goes to some external destination, such as another device, a video screen, image or hard copy. The signal derived from any audio or video device. The physical connection that delivers the result of what the device does, such as an output connector carries the output signal.