Printer. A Product whose primary function is to print text or illustrations on paper or other media from electronic input.
Printer. Excessive printer noise (defined as an average of sixty-five  DB or above measured over an eight  hour shift) at the regular work station of the two (2) employees nearest the source, shall be reduced by a combination of distance and/or noise reducing techniques, such as noise reducing cover or shield, carpeting, and sound absorbing ceilings and walls. Nevertheless, printers that produce eighty (80) db or more shall be in a separate room.
Printer. A commercially-available imaging product that serves as a hard copy output device, and is capable of receiving information from single-user or networked computers, or other input devices (e.g., digital cameras). The unit must be capable of being powered from a wall outlet or from a data or network connection. This definition is intended to cover products that are marketed as printers, including printers that can be upgraded into MFDs in the field.
Printer. The standard Mark V operator interface printer is a 240 cps, dot matrix type with these convenient features: -- Event logging -- Historical trip display printing capability -- User defined display printing capability -- Periodic log display printing capability -- CRT screen copy Each alarm and event is logged with a high resolution time tag. Contact inputs are logged to 1 millisecond. Separate alarm queues are maintained for turbine/generator system alarms and for Mark V internal self-diagnostic alarms. System alarms can be silenced, acknowledged and reset locally or from a DCS via a two-way communication link, if desired. Any intermittent alarms can be locked out with a permanent lockout message residing in the alarm queue. If a trip occurs, the historical trip display automatically captures in memory all key control parameters and alarm messages at the time of the trip and at several time intervals preceding the trip. The operator can print the historical trip display when required. A start signal triggers the display to start collecting new data and all previous data is deleted from the current log. Display logs can be saved at any time to a memory buffer. A user-defined display allows selection of any desired data for viewing or printing. The periodic log allows a user to define points to be collected and printed periodically to a printer. The period of each list is defined in minutes, from 1 to 10,080 (one week).
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