alarm point

alarm point

A pressure point (acupoint) in acupuncture which is more sensitive than usual due to an acute illness.
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The AFA500 is an analog monitor that provides a green light during normal airflow and a red light and audible alarm when airflow goes below a preset alarm point. The AFA1000 provides the operator a digital display of face velocity in ft/min.
Used within a number of heavy industrial and commercial risk areas, the cables offer reliable and accurate alarm temperatures with the provision of an FM approved alarm point distance locator facility".
RMD's Bullhorn[R] Remote Monitoring products, Micromax[R] GPS Synchronized Interrupters and Bullhorn Asset Tracker (BAT[TM]) website provide remote measurement, current interruption, and alarming capabilities for Cathodic Protection (CP) systems, automatic meter reading, alarm point monitoring and more.
The 864A doubles the alarm point capacity of the NetGuardian 832A.
If the system stops on an alarm point, the operator can review the failed area or easily browse around the entire board.
Any matrix of modules in various window sizes is available--up to five high and four wide and with 1-156 alarm point combinations.
Alarm Point provides BMC Software with an integrated event management platform that combines alerts from both its PATROL(R) (for distributed systems) and MA INVIEW(R) (for mainframe systems) product lines, allowing for one seamless notification system across a company's entire enterprise.
* Transmitting device systems that lock a door or send an alert when a resident wearing a transmitter approaches an alarm point such as a building exit or unsafe area can be helpful in deterring wandering.
If no alarm point has changed state, the remote will respond with a four-character acknowledgement.
Users can program the pressures at which the backup engages and the low-reserve alarm point, as well continually monitor pipeline pressure and reserve status.
According to Ludium's Smola, it would seem simple enough to set a radiation detection alarm point just above the background radiation level.