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gauge

(gāj), Avoid the misspelling guage.
A measuring device.

gauge

(gāj)
1. A measuring device indicating amount, size, or power of a given object.
2. Process or act of measurement.

gauge

(gāj) Avoid the misspelling guage.
A measuring device.
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On the gas dependence of thermal transpiration and a critical appraisal of correction methods for capacitive diaphragm gauges, Vacuum, Vol.
Emerson Process Management has introduced what it claims is the industry's first WirelessHART pressure gauge. The Rosemount wireless pressure gauge enables remote collection of field data, keeping operators updated on changing field conditions and improving personnel safety by reducing manual operator rounds and field exposure.
Further complicating replacement and repair options (but simplifying pilot workload), manufacturers began putting gauges in clusters, both to save panel space and to simplify the pilot's scan.
An engine gauge, warning light or dashboard indicator keeps the driver or operator aware of critical machine functions.
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Rangefinders have taken care of the first situation while several trigger pull gauges have shown me to have strong fingers and hands which normally make trigger pulls seem much lighter than they are.
* Mechanical melt-pressure gauges provide local indication on extruders, easy readability, and resistance to vibration.
Ring gauges are pretty much the industry standard for checking doors.
The calibrator comes with weights for calibrating springloads of gauges in the A, B, C, D, DO and O durometer scales.