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Electronic devices and equipment used by a pilot to perform the functions of conflict detection and avoidance.

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SAFETY CONTROL

Device to stop unit, equipment or system if unsafe pressure and/or temperatures and/or dangerous conditions are reached.

SOLID STATE HALOGEN LEAK DETECTOR

An electronic leak detector for all halogen-related refrigerants.

RUNNING TIME

Amount of time an unit, equipment or system is run per hour or per 24 hours.

ATOMIC ABSORPTION SPECTROSCOPY

Measures the radiation absorbed by chemically unbound atoms by analyzing the transmitted energy relative to the incident energy at each frequency. The procedure consists of diluting the fluid sample with methyl isobutyl ketone (MIBK) and directly aspirating the solution. The actual process of atomization involves reducing the solution to a fine spray, dissolving it, and finally vaporizing it with a flame. The vaporization of the metal particles depends upon their time in the flame, the flame temperature, and the composition of the flame gas. The spectrum occurs because atoms in the vapor state can absorb radiation at certain well-defined characteristic wave lengths. The wave length bands absorbed are very narrow and differ for each element. In addition, the absorption of radiant energy by electronic transitions from ground to excited state is essentially and absolute measure of the number of atoms in the flame and is, therefore, the concentration of the element in a sample.

INERTIAL ALIGNMENT

The process of orienting the measuring axes of the inertial components of inertial navigation equipment with respect to the coordinate system in which the equipment is to be used. inertia

SOLU-BRIDGE

An electronic instrument used to measure conductivity of a water sample to determine the dissolved solids content.

HVAC EQUIPMENT

Apparatus or equipment used in heating, ventilating, and air conditioning.

ENC

Electronic Navigational Chart

A & A'S

Alterations and additions to the structure, rigging and equipment of a warship.

INTERFERENCE

1. Unwanted and confusing signals or patterns produced by nearby electrical equipment or machinery, or by atmospheric phenomena. 2. The variation of wave amplitude with distance or time, caused by superposition of two or more waves. Sometimes called WAVE INTERFERENCE.
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