Headroom Sample Clauses

Headroom. The functional or electrical capacity of the System Upgrade Facility or the electrical capacity of the System Deliverability Upgrade that is in excess of the functional or electrical capacity actually used by the Developer’s generation project or Class Year Transmission Project. Highway: 115 kV and higher transmission facilities that comprise the following NYCA interfaces: Xxxxxxxx East, West Central, Xxxxxx East, Xxxxx South, Central East/Total East, and UPNY-ConEd, and their immediately connected, in series, Bulk Power System facilities in New York State. Each interface shall be evaluated to determine additional “in series” facilities, defined as any transmission facility higher than 115 kV that (a) is located in an upstream or downstream zone adjacent to the interface and (b) has a power transfer distribution factor (DFAX) equal to or greater than five percent when the aggregate of generation in zones or systems adjacent to the upstream zone or zones which define the interface is shifted to the aggregate of generation in zones or systems adjacent to the downstream zone or zones which define the interface. In determining “in series” facilities for Xxxxxxxx East and West Central interfaces, the 115 kV and 230 kV tie lines between NYCA and PJM located in LBMP Zones A and B shall not participate in the transfer. Highway transmission facilities are listed in ISO Procedures. Initial Decision Period: The 30 calendar day period within which a Developer must provide an Acceptance Notice or Non-Acceptance Notice to the ISO in response to the first Project Cost Allocation issued by the ISO to the Developer. Interconnection System Reliability Impact Study (“SRIS”): An engineering study that evaluates the impact of the proposed Large Generation Facility or Class Year Transmission Project on the safety and reliability of the New York State Transmission System and, if applicable, an Affected System, to determine what Attachment Facilities, Distribution Upgrades and System Upgrade Facilities are needed for the proposed Large Generation Facility or Class Year Transmission Project of the Developer to connect reliably to the New York State Transmission System or to the Distribution System in a manner that meets the NYISO Minimum Interconnection Standard for ERIS. The scope of the SRIS is defined in Section 7.3 of the Large Facility Interconnection Procedures in Attachment X to the ISO OATT.
Headroom. Con Edison may interconnect other developers' projects to the Substation, notwithstanding Generator's payment of Substation Modification Costs. Such interconnection by another developer(s) shall not reduce Generator’s payment obligation under this Agreement. However, to the extent that Generator’s payments for System Upgrade Facilities and Substation Modifications under this Agreement qualify as having created “Headroom” under Attachment S to the ISO OATT, Generator (not Con Edison) shall be entitled to the benefits associated with such Headroom under the ISO OATT.
Headroom. Transmission limiters clip at +8 dB. TRANSIENT AUDIO PEAKS MUST NOT EXCEED +10 dB ABOVE REFERENCE TONE. Due to the inherent lag in the VU meter movement, program audio that ranges form -5 to -2 VU will roughly equal 10 dB of headroom and not exceed specifications for limiting peak excursions. NOTE: CONVERSELY WHEN MASTERING TO A DIGITAL FORMAT AND/OR USING A "PEAK" METER, SET REFERENCE TONE TO 0 VU (USUALLY -20 dB, FULL SCALE). AUDIO THAT PEAKS AT +8 TO +10 VU, ABOVE REFERENCE, WILL PUT THE AVERAGE LEVEL NEAR 0 VU.
Headroom. 13. There shall be adequate headroom in all accommodation spaces. For spaces where fishers are expected to stand for prolonged periods, the minimum headroom shall be prescribed by the competent authority.
Headroom. The Headroom Readout provides a quick and convenient way for you to see the amount of headroom left in your audio. Headroom is the difference between zero (0) dB and the highest level in your audio. In short, the headroom display tells you how much more you can boost your audio without clipping. You can set an alarm to have Inspector notify you when the amount of headroom in your audio falls below the value you indicate. The two displays located to the right of the HEADROOM text indicate the current amount of headroom on the left and right channel. The display to the left is the Headroom Readout for the left channel; the display on the right is for the right channel. To the right of the Headroom Readouts is the red headroom alarm button. This button is used to enable, down, or disable, up, the headroom alarm. To the right of the alarm button is the Headroom Alarm Threshold Display. The value you set in this display determines when, and if, an alarm is triggered. Using the alarm Use the threshold display, located to the right of the alarm button, to set the level for your headroom alarm. If the amount of headroom in your audio falls below this level, the alarm will be triggered. For example, if you enter 5.0 in the threshold display, you are indicating that you would like to be notified when the headroom of your audio falls below 5 dB. In this example, if the alarm was enabled and your audio had a level of –4.9 dB on either channel, the alarm would be triggered. When the HEADROOM alarm is triggered, the Master Alarm lights and the appropriate Headroom Readout is highlighted in red. Only the readout of the channel that triggered the alarm is highlighted. The Headroom Readout displays values in increments of 0.1 dB. If your audio is clipping by less than 0.1 dB, the Headroom Readout will display –0.0. If the HEADROOM alarm Navigating Around Inspector is active in such a situation, the alarm will be triggered. When the Headroom Readout displays 0.0 (without the negative sign) or a positive number, no clipping has occurred in your audio. The peak meter overload indicators always light when any clipping has occurred. Resetting the alarm Once the alarm has been triggered, you will probably want to reset it for further analysis. Click on either readout to zero the values and reset the alarms for both channels. Hold down SHIFT [SHIFT] while clicking on a readout to reset only that channelʼs value and alarm. The alarm may also be reset by adjusting the threshold. Ad...
Headroom. FleetCor must ensure that:
Headroom. An alarm will be triggered when the amount of headroom in your audio falls below the value you specify using the Headroom Threshold Display. Also see Navigating Around Inspector: Headroom. Master Alarm Located at the very bottom of the Inspector interface, the Master Alarm is a large rectangle that lights bright red when an alarm is triggered. Also see Navigating Around Inspector: Master Alarm.
Headroom. The PSA’s definition of headroom is: “PG&E’s total net after-tax income reported under Generally Accepted Accounting Principles, less earnings from operations, plus after-tax amounts accrued for bankruptcy-related administration and bankruptcy – related interest costs, all multiplied by 1.67, provided that the calculation will reflect the outcome of PG&E’s 2003 general rate case (A.00-00-000 and A.02-11-067).” The Commission’s definition of headroom is found in Re Proposed Policies, etc., (1996) D.00-00-000, 70 CPUC 2d 207: “Freezing rates stabilizes collected revenues (subject to sales variation), and declining costs create “headroom,” i.e., revenues beyond those required to provide service, that can be applied to offset transition costs. The utilities’ reasonable costs of providing service are currently identified as their authorized revenue requirements. (70 CPUC 2d at 219.) “In general, headroom revenues consist of the difference between recovered revenues at the frozen rate levels (including the reduced rate levels for residential and small commercial customers beginning in 1998) and the reasonable costs of providing utility services, which for convenience we refer to as the authorized revenue requirement.” (70 CPUC 2d at 223.) Clearly, the PSA definition is not the same as the Commission’s definition. Nevertheless, the Commission will adopt the definition in the PSA with the clarification that this definition is not intended to and does not affect DWR’s rights under Assembly Xxxx (AB) 1X or the Rate Agreement, including DWR’s property rights to all revenue collected and remitted by PG&E for DWR’s Power Charges and Bond Charges in accordance with Commission orders. In addition, we further clarify that for purposes of calculating the headroom for 2003 (including the amount beyond the $875 million cap) , in no event may the litigation costs, bankruptcy-related costs or any other costs of PG&E Corporation or of any other PG&E affiliate be included in the determination of the headroom amount nor may any retention bonuses of PG&E’s directors, officers, managers or any other employees be included in such a determination. When PG&E submits its filing to the Commission to implement the MSA, PG&E must demonstrate to the satisfaction of the Commission that PG&E has fairly and accurately accounted for the headroom, including compliance with these clarifications. Any headroom revenues in 2003, which the Commission determines are in excess of the $875 million cap ...

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