Features include input by thermocouple, digital LED display, soft-touch data keypad, ground fault detection, real softstart, thermocouple break protection, percentage output of all zones or a single zone--programmable for each zone, error analysis, and fault display.
What does GFD stand for?
GFD stands for Ground Fault Detection (electrical safety)
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We have 68 other meanings of GFD in our Acronym Attic
- Gone For the Day
- Good Faith Deposit
- Good Governance for Development (in the Arab Countries)
- Gourmet Freeze Dry
- Government-Furnished Data
- Government-Furnished Design
- Graded Ferroelectric Device
- Grain Filling Duration
- Greenhills Volunteer Fire Department (Cincinnati, OH)
- Gross Foreign Debt
- Ground Flash Density (lightning measurement)
- Grounds for Discussion (University of Virginia)
- Group Finance Director (various locations)
- Guilford Gravure Inc. (USPS philatelic magazine)
- Pope Field Airport, Greenfield, Indiana, USA (Airport Code)
- Geography Faculty Development Alliance (educational project)
- Georgia Funeral Directors Association, Inc. (est. 1899; Roswell, GA)
- Great Falls Development Authority (Montana)
- Gust Front Detection Algorithm
- Ghana Food Distribution Corporation
Samples in periodicals archive:
Furnace manufacturers now offer computer controls which can provide continuous monitoring of different parameters, including: melting sequences for various alloys, programmed temperature control, furnace charging, lining curing cycles, ground fault detection, and electrical consumption.
a leading provider of end-to-end solar power optimization solutions, will present its next generation of module power optimizers and a unique string monitoring combiner box with ground fault detection and interruption (GFDI) per string, at the Intersolar conference and exhibition in Munich on June 8-10, Hall B4, Booth 310.
The third document, UL-2231, covers personnel protection systems such as ground fault detection and safety ground verification.