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pulser

(ˈpʌlsə)
n
1. a machine that produces pulses
2. a device to produce pulsation in a liquid
3. English a steam-bellows
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Dumbrava, "Efficient high voltage pulser for piezoelectric air coupled transducer", Ultrasonics, vol.
The system includes detector cell, pulser and FID board, as well as standard and mini helium purifiers to provide enhanced sensitivity.
A pulser receiver (Panametrics PR500, USA), which was connected to the sensor, was used to receive the wave signal for the pitch-catch mode inspection.
As the ultrasonic pulser could be adjusted to 2, 4, and 8 joules, the three values were the adjustable level numbers.
Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed, though part of the agreement includes an unspecified financial investment by Shaw Ventures in Rdio's holding company, Pulser Media.
The impulse signal, which was generated by the pulser (JSR DPR 300), activated the source transducer.
About 5 g of pET-32a-IERS- EGFP plasmid was respectively electroporated into MDBK-T7 and MDBK-negative using a Bio-Rad Gene Pulser Xcell (Gene Pulser(R) Electroporation Buffer, 340 V, 5 ms, 4 mm cuvettes, one pulse).
We are excited to be releasing the PIM-Mini, the next product in our strategy to provide our customers with pulser solutions covering all requirements from R&D and laboratory bench top systems to application-specific OEM solutions, said Stephen Krausse, General Manager of IXYS Colorado/DEI.
subtilis 168 were prepared and transformed by electroporation using Bio Rad gene pulser. Electrocompetent cells were prepared by diluting 2 ml of the overnight culture of B.
MINUTE FIVE: Single leg pulser Put one leg over the other, then bring your knee into your chest and squeeze as hard as you can 10 times.
While the electronic part is an embedded system (CPU) that controls the dispenser and it has a micro switch, a pulser (rotary encoder), a card relay, a keypad, a display and solenoid valves [15].
Sandia National Labortories' LED Pulser invention is a low-cost, high-brightness, fast-pulsed, multi-color light-emitting diode (LED) driver.