ripple control

ripple control

n
(Electronics) the remote control of a switch by electrical impulses
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Rewiring and mechanical small, clamping and drilling;(Expand eg ripple control receiver.
Also part of demand management are the distribution of more compact flourecent (CFLs) or LED lights, solar water heaters, access to standby generators for large customers, energy audits and ripple control initiatives.
Mains signaling" capability enables the measurement of interference from ripple control signals at specific frequencies.
MRC receiver must be in accordance with the Technical Specification for ripple control receivers tariffs and load (3-point mounting), which is attached to the qualification documentation.
NamPower is also in the process of investigating the application of more DSM measures, including the distribution of more compact fluorescent or LED lights, solar water heaters, access to standby generators for large customers, energy audits and ripple control initiatives.
Then as this technology was further developed over the last century and into the 1940s and 1950s New Zealand commenced using ripple control to cut peak demand services by using off-peak usage to heat water systems.
Contract notice: Functional testing and calibration of radio ripple control receivers (fre).
Analysis of meter type electromechanical, basic residential electronic, ripple control, AMR, AMI, prepayment/C&I, grid, with forecasts to 2012
Contract notice: Audio-frequency ripple control systems.
High demands are placed on accuracy, stability, and ripple control quality.
this completes the delivery of 600 led lights will be awarded with integrated radio ripple control units.
Total quantity or scope: This market is to fleet renewal berries ripple control for Wallonia and Brussels.