The temperature selected with the heater control knob of the ALCAL â 2000 and verified by the LCD display.
In control theory, the value to which a negative-feedback system will regulate a controlled variable, e.g. normal body temperature, normal arterial blood pressure.
Condition initiated by the user to control a sensor's output(s) during sensing events. This condition may use one or two parameters (depending on the sensing technology being used) within which is an acceptable range for sensing events to occur.
A point that, if won by the leader, will result in winning the set. See also game point; match point.
An electrical and/or mechanical reference or operational point determined to be an optimum setting to achieve a particular result.
The pre-determined value that is required to open or close the electrical contacts in the switch. It can be adjusted rising or falling.
The exact pressure at which the electrical circuit controlled by the pressure switch changes contacts. A pressure switch may have a set point on either pressure rise or fall, but not both.
The required value of the controlled output. The set point value is either manually or automatically set.
The value of the controlled condition at which the instrument is set to operate. The set point in the example in "differential" might be 69 1/2o, the mid point of the differential.
value of a variable that a controller maintains by responding to errors
The point at which a controller will perform a function. The setpoint can be either factory fixed or user adjustable as in a temperature controller or a timer.
one point away from winning a set
The position to which the control point setting mechanism is set.
a reference point for a physiological character, such as body temperature or blood sugar. Movement away this reference point often causes a compensatory response.
Input to a control system that is the desired level of the output.
The temperature to which a thermostat is set to result in a desired heated space temperature.
See HIV Set Point.
The value of the controlled condition to which the controller is set.
Value of a controlled variable, departure from which causes a controller to operate to reduce the error and restore the intended steady state.
Point at which the desired temperature (degrees Fahrenheit) of the heated or cooled space is set.
The point that, if won, wins the set.
Point needed to win a set.
The temperature at which a controller is set to control a system.
The specific point at which an element of an electrical switch functions, expressed in psi, psia or inches of mercury.
1. An input variable which sets the desired value of the controlled variable It is expressed in the same units as the controlled variable.
Operating temperature: temperature at which the disc changes its curvature and snaps to open or close electrical contacts. /\ Termination Leads or Connectors: Klixon® uses 20 gauge wire per MIL-W-16878. Alternative gauges, MIL specs and color coding schemes are available upon request. Sensata Technologies will also provide switches with connectors to meet customer application needs.
The measurable holding point or balance between the virus and the body's immune system reported as the viral load measurement. The viral set point is established within a few weeks to a few months after infection and is thought to remain steady for an indefinite period of time. Set points are thought to determine how long it will take for disease progression to occur.
The position at which the control or controller is set.
when a player just needs one point to win the set (like 40-30)
A point in which one player, by winning, will be awarded the set.