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digitron

(ˈdɪdʒɪˌtrɒn)
n
(Electronics) electronics a type of tube, for displaying information, having a common anode and several cathodes shaped in the form of characters, which can be lit by a glow discharge. Also called: Nixie tube
[C20: from digit + -tron]
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A Nottingham-based company which specialises in pork pies and other popular savouries and snacks has further enhanced its temperature monitoring process with the latest innovation from Digitron Instrumentation Ltd.
The Cava Guard Group now occupies the 2,000 sq ft building previously occupied by landlords Swiss log Digitron, a subsidiary of the Swiss-owned global provider of integrated logistical solutions.
Information is sent directly to software called SCADA Digitron (Figure 2).
It just seems like with more and more people having laptop computers and not wanting to sit in one spot, it's easy to go in the kitchen or if you're watching TV, it's easier,'' said Jim Ankers, president of Digitron Communications, a Woodland Hills-based wireless installation company.
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The curing exotherms of unsaturated polyesters were measured by Digitron digital differential thermometer, type K, model 3202 with a resolution of 0.
The former has a digitron panel for information display, including time, date, tape counter and input functions, as well as a multi-brand remote and auto tracking.
He further added: "We are thankful to our partners, United Bank Limited and Digitron, for associating with us for this promotion.