displacement threshold

dis·place·ment thresh·old

the least distinguishable break in the contour of a line.
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For firms producing higher end products, like suits, the displacement threshold is 30-32 percent in 12 to 18 months.
Both units of Figure 1 are highly sensitive and directional with respect to the vibrational axes producing the greatest responses: P1 responds best in the front-back axis with a displacement threshold of 3 dB re: 1 nm; and B5 is most responsive to vertical motion with a displacement threshold of --10 dB re: 1 nm.
For each axis of motion, the displacement threshold was plotted in polar coordinates.
Both devices offer pushbutton functionality with user-defined magnet-to-device displacement thresholds. For use in applications with stringent power consumption requirements, both devices can operate in low-power mode.