Definitions for "RTU"
Keywords:  telemetry, nit, scada, emote, remote
Remote Termination Unit. A device installed at the service user site that connects to the local loop to provide high-speed connectivity. Also referred to as the ATU-R.
emote erminal nit. An electronic device used to control and monitor Input/Output points, within a overall system, and to communicate the derived data to a master station or other "host" unit.
eplacement raining nit
"Right To Use". Timeshare ownership has an expiration date.
Right to Use. A lease, or right to use ownership grants the lessor the right to use the property for a specified period of time; usually from 20 to 99 years. The resort developer or Management Company holds ownership of the physical property. However, during the right-to-use period, the owner may rent, transfer, or bequeath the remaining years of their right to use property.
Right To Use. Occupancy rights for a specified number of years with no ownership interest in the property. During the RTU period, the owner may rent, transfer, or bequeath the remaining years of their right-to-use property.
Rtu in Vedic Sanskrit refers to a fixed or appointed time, especially the proper time for sacrifice (yajna) or ritual in Vedic Religion, The word is so used in the Rigveda, the Yajurveda and the Atharvaveda. In Classical Sanskrit, it refers to an epoch or period, especially one of the six seasons of the year, Vasanta "spring", Grishma "the hot season", Varshas (f. pl.) "the rainy season", Sharada "autumn", Hemanta "winter"; and Shishira "the cool season", or the menstrual cycle.
Keywords:  sutapa, god
A sutapa god
Modbus transmission mode where each eight-bit byte in a message contains two four-bit hexadecimal characters. There are two transmission modes, ASCII and RTU. The main advantage of the RTU mode is that it's greater character density allows better data throughput than the ASCII mode for the same Baud rate. Each message is transmitted in a continuous stream.
Keywords:  ved, truth, order, time
the order and time of the Truth. [ Ved.