Definitions for "MOV"
a file format for Quicktime movies and animations, developed by Apple Computer Co.
This is the Apple QuickTime format for digital video files.
File in Quicktime format. Developed by Apple Computer for viewing moving images. See also: .MPG
A component which behaves like a low value resistor when a certain voltage threshold is exceeded. These components "wear out" with use and should be replaced periodically.
Metal Oxide Varistor. A solid state component designed to handle large amounts of current which reacts in the low nanosecond time range. Shunts or directs large amounts of current to ground when voltage exceeds a threshold level above the MCOV.
Metal Oxide Varistor. A disc shaped device which is normally open circuit until the voltage increases to the point where the MOV turns on and conducts current. Originally developed to suppress arcing on relay contacts but used extensively in shunt-mode surge protectors. Have a limited lifetime.
In the X86 assembly language, the MOV instruction is a mnemonic for the copying of data from one location to another. The x86 assembly language actually contains a number of different opcodes that perform a move. Depending on whether the processor is in real mode or protected mode, and an override instruction is used, the instruction may transfer 8-bits, 16-bits, or 32-bits of data.
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