Diagnostics Sample Clauses

Diagnostics. Charges for diagnostics to the extent the same are not provided under Article 2.9.
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Diagnostics. The UPS/Diagnostics page provides the ability to verify that the UPS can supply adequate battery runtime for the connected computers to shutdown properly. Perform a complete runtime calibration to ensure an accurate estimate of the runtime for the connected load. The buzzer can be tested to ensure that the UPS can issue an alarm and that the indicator lights will display properly if requested by the UPS. UPS/Diagnostics page
Diagnostics. The Parties acknowledge and agree that each Party shall have the right to use Diagnostics in combination with Competing Products Researched, Developed or Commercialized by such Party.
Diagnostics. VENDOR shall provide to GTECH its diagnostics, test programs and test routines, necessary to repair to component level, the unit, any of the assemblies, subassemblies, piece parts, components, or other items comprising the Products purchased under this Agreement.
Diagnostics. ‌ Diagnostics -> Element details Modules Hardware Panel passport LED test on modules History log Network services VAS Element details – All info for one element: Display all diagnostic information about an element on a loop of an LSN module. – Info for element group: Select and display specific pieces of diagnostic information about several elements in the selected LSN module. – Info for all elements on the module: Select and display specific pieces of diagnostic information about all LSN elements of the selected LSN module. Modules – Module passport: Display diagnostic information for each individual module: production data, software version, CAN ID, compatibility.
Diagnostics. GE will provide comprehensive diagnostics services to identify and diagnose trend shifts as follows:
Diagnostics. Diagnostics information and help materials for pinpointing problems in a network can be found under menu item Diagnostics - Network. Information is provided on the following topics: – Routing table Information concerning the accessibility of all nodes within the system network via the respective interface. – Ethernet ports Information concerning different parameters and the status of the two Ethernet interfaces available at the panel controller. – Send ping command Sending of a ping command to a specific IP address to check the availability of other nodes in the network. – Consistency check The check performed determines whether the Ethernet configuration from FSP-5000-RPS corresponds to the configuration entered at the panel controller. In the event of discrepancies, a fault message is displayed. – Ethernet redundancy Information concerning the type of redundancy configuration (RSTP or dual-homing). In the case of redundancy via RSTP, the RSTP parameters of the RSTP panel and those of the root bridge are displayed. Further information can be found in Network services, page 65. 8 Remote keypad‌‌ In the FSP-5000-RPS programming software, the address of a panel to which a connection is automatically made from the remote keypad can be entered in the dialog regarding the node of the remote keypad. In addition, further panels with which a connection can be made can also be assigned. It is not possible to log out of the automatically assigned connection. A connection can be established with other panels without any further queries.
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Diagnostics. The ability of integrated diagnostics (automated, semi-automated, and manual techniques taken as a whole) to fault-detect and fault-isolate in a timely manner.
Diagnostics. 12.11.1. The installation manual shall contain a description of the diagnostic system and the corrective actions that shall be taken in case of malfunctions.
Diagnostics. False Alarms (FA). False alarms are faults where, upon investigation, the fault cannot be confirmed. Measures of FA may be expressed as a total number, a percentage, a rate of occurrence, a probability of occurrence, etc. Mean Time to Fault Locate (MTTFL). Average time to fault locate: MTTFL = Total Time to Fault Locate Total Number of Faults Percent of Correct Detection (Pcd). Given that a fault has occurred, the proportion of faults correctly detected: Pcd = Number of Correct Detections Total Number of Confirmed Faults ×100%
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