System Operation Sample Clauses

System Operation. The Parties shall adhere to any applicable operational requirements of PJM necessary to protect the integrity of the transmission system within the PJM Control Area and the transmission systems of interconnected control areas, and shall satisfy any and all PJM, RFC and NERC criteria, when applicable. The DS Supplier shall also adhere to any applicable operational requirements of the Company necessary to protect the integrity of the Company’s local distribution system.
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System Operation. 10.1 Disconnection and Curtailment By the Company The Company shall have the right, without incurring any liability to BGS-CIEP Suppliers, to disconnect (or otherwise curtail, interrupt or reduce deliveries from) the BGS- CIEP Suppliers or to disconnect (or otherwise curtail, interrupt or reduce deliveries to) any Customer whenever the Company determines in the exercise of its good faith discretion, or when the Company is directed by PJM, that such a disconnection, curtailment, interruption or reduction is necessary to facilitate construction, installation, maintenance, repair, replacement or inspection of any of the Company’s facilities; or due to any other reason affecting the safe and reliable operation of the Company’s or a Customer’s facilities, including Emergencies, forced outages or potential overloading of the Company’s transmission and/or distribution circuits, potential damage to any Customer’s facilities or any risk of injury to persons.
System Operation includes complete listing of all instrument tags and descriptions associated with the system • includes a table identifying instrument ranges, setpoints, and alarms • includes a table identifying all interlocks in the system and a description of interlock function • includes a Consequences of Deviation (COD) table to identify consequences of exceeding operating ranges and limits and corrective actions • addresses any operating guidelines specific to the system or any special modes of operation that might be associated
System Operation. The System is a trading platform which consists of trading interfaces and/or applications intended for electronic trading transactions and related features (the “System”). The System enables access from different computers, operating systems, browsers, tablets, mobile devices etc., to a trading platform owned by a third party or its licensors (collectively, the “Licensor”) and intended for electronic trading transactions.
System Operation. 5.1 Transmission At main transmission sites each antenna is constructed in two halves and each half has its own feeder cable. The overarching design criterion is that the antenna can facilitate full power into either half. The outputs from the active transmitters are combined and the power split across the two halves of the antenna. The Client will provide the Services Provider with an appropriate service monitoring and control interfaces (which can be integrated into the Service Providers SCADA system) at the input to the antenna system. An overview of the arrangement for main sites can be seen in Figure 5.1.1. Client Transmitters
System Operation. The Clients Audio Transport Stream presented at the Signal Interface Points shall be transported to eleven main transmission sites via a combination of fibre optic cables and microwave radio links. At the eleven main transmission sites the Audio Transport Stream will be presented to the Client. The Client will feed the Audio Transport Stream to transmitters and produce an RF signal at the specified power. This RF signal will be presented to the Service Providers combiner system by the Client. The Client will provide the Services Provider with an appropriate service monitoring and control interfaces (which can be integrated into the Service Providers SCADA system) at the output of the Distribution system and at the input to the antenna system.
System Operation. You are solely responsible for ensuring that your System is armed at all appropriate times. The System is designed to perform regular self-testing to determine whether it is functioning properly. If an error message registers on your alarm panel, you must promptly correct the cause of the error or notify us of the error. You acknowledge that the System’s self-testing programs are not designed or guaranteed to identify or correctly diagnose all possible System malfunctions.
System Operation. 4.1 Cable System Tests and Inspections:
System Operation. The Cooperative shall at all times maintain the Project in accordance with Prudent Utility Practices. The Cooperative shall adopt an adequate budget to pay for all Operation and Maintenance Costs for the Project as required to provide ProjectWater Service, as set forth in this Agreement. The Cooperative shall provide sufficient personnel,with appropriate experience and credentials to undertake all regulatory requirements imposed withregard to the Project, while providing for reliable operations and maintenance. If new regulatory requirements necessitate capital improvements, the Cooperative shall take all necessary actions to accomplish the same. The Cooperative shall be responsible for all regulatory violations, including compliance costs or penalties assessed for same, which arise out of or are solely createdthrough 1) material errors or omissions by its personnel or agents in the day-to-day operations of the Project; or, 2) the failure of the Cooperative to timely proceed administratively to undertakeor complete a requirement imposed by any regulatory agency in any consent order or Project Permit. The Cooperative shall maintain adequate catastrophic insurance on the Project on such terms and amounts as established by the Project Board.
System Operation. 5.1 Transmission At main transmission sites each antenna is constructed in two halves and each half has its own feeder cable. The overarching design criterion is that the antenna can facilitate full power into either half. The outputs from the active transmitters are combined and the power split across the two halves of the antenna. An overview of the arrangement for main sites can be seen in Figure 5.2.