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unit monitor

In radiation therapy, a calibrated unit of dose that determines the length of the treatment.
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The unit monitors electrolyte levels over time to ensure correct water levels in multi-level changers and narrow aisle vehicles.
critical care unit monitors, ventilator machines) can pose ergonomic hazards for nurses; and
The unit monitors displacement, acceleration or velocity in rms or peak mode, in a choice of three ranges for each parameter, and may be connected to a permanently-fitted vibration sensor or the new hand probe, which is designed for safe cable rotation and ease of disconnection.
The unit monitors door contacts, motion sensors, and access control devices such as card reader systems or keypads to determine and annunciate the status of a controlled door or gate.
An electronic control unit monitors wheel speeds and determines the level of braking needed at each wheel to improve vehicle control.
According to DENSO, the hybrid control computer, which was jointly developed with Toyota Motor Corporation, integrates hybrid system control, engine control and battery control into one unit, while the new battery-monitoring unit monitors the main battery's condition, including voltage, current and temperature.
The unit monitors and records the second-by-second internal reaction and external block temperatures, which are very useful for subsequent analysis and evaluation activities.
Developed and manufactured by the Derbyshire based company to significantly improve operating efficiencies, the compact unit monitors and rejects plastics and glass containers with visual abnormalities undetectable to the naked eye.
The NPA cyber force unit monitors computer viruses around the clock on 57 computer terminals at police headquarters nationwide and has been publishing updates once a month on computer virus attacks.