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FoC

abbreviation for
(Industrial Relations & HR Terms) father of the chapel
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In the integrated smart grid-enabling switchgear the FOCS replaces the conventional current transformers required for measurement and protection and enables grid automation.
We first compare the two static algorithms DBLINK and FOCS on the network.
This new range of FOCS chillers offers R134a with Bitzer screw compressors and a 49 chiller range selection of between 294-1,744kW units", explained ICS director Adam Spolnik.
To incorporate the probe compound into a FOCS, we prepared a modified optical fibre tip by attaching a polydimethylsiloxane (PDMS) bead containing the probe.
Langer, whose FOCS office is in the Vancouver Island village of Tofino (population 1,000), has been arrested three times for sitting down on a MacMillan Bloedel logging road and barring the way to its trucks.
The new engines include the three-and four-cylinder FOCS Plus and the three- and four-cylinder CHD Plus, respectively rated 22.
FOCS Plus and FOCS series engines feature a redesigned timing belt that extends the recommended replacement interval from 2500 to 5000 hours.
Attention was focused on the injection systems: angle-shaped overhead unit injectors for the FOCS engines and single-cylinder fuel pump connected to the fuel injector by a short tube on the larger CHD engines.
The new FOCS addresses demanding performance requirements for accuracy across a wide temperature range.
also announced that it has received California Air Resources Board (CARB) certification for its FOCS 602, 903 and 1204 liquid-cooled diesel engines.