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gage

(gāj),
Variant spelling of gauge.

gauge

, gage (gaj)
1. A device for measuring the size, capacity, amount, or power of an object or substance.
2. A standard of measurement, e.g., of the diameter of a wire.
3. To judge or estimate a condition.

Bourdon gauge

See: Bourdon gauge
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An extended version of the circuit connects to each gage with four wires--two carrying current and two sensing voltage--and allows the completion resistor to be located in the measuring instrument up to 1,000 meters from the gage.
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GR&R was used to determine if a gage was statistically capable of meeting the requirements imposed upon it.
The scoop on gages is in TB 43-180, Calibration and Repair Requirements for the Maintenance of Army Materiel.
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Each time the target passes the light switch, the switch signals the gage head when to start and stop measuring the workpiece and calculate the diameter, based on preset revolutions.