Additionally, the ELDS 2000 Series OPGD is the first fixed gas detector able to monitor both methane and hydrogen sulfide in a single unit simultaneously with discrete output communication.
What does DO stand for?
DO stands for Discrete Output
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We have 29 other meanings of DO in our Acronym Attic
- Diode Outline
- Direct Object
- Director of Operations
- Director Officer
- Directorate of Operations (US CIA)
- Disaster Operations (US FEMA)
- Disbursement Order
- Disbursing Officer
- Disbursing Order
- Disciplined Oscillator
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The RAD-40 is a panel-mounted digital display that offers a selectable Decision Height and includes five additional trip points, all with discrete outputs - from 100 to 1000 feet - which can be used to control an audible tone or to interface with third party equipment.
The 848L accepts up to eight direct-wired discrete inputs, plus inputs sent over Foundation fieldbus; these interact within the device's logic processing capability, and drive up to four discrete outputs of the 848L.
The FMS-3000 and 8000 have three discrete inputs/two discrete outputs, while the FMS-3100 and 8100 have six discrete inputs/two discrete outputs.
99, features six discrete output channels for Dolby Digital music and games, a MIDI engine with 8Mb sample set and support for all popular audio standards including DirectSound, DirectSound3D, EAX, Sensaura, A3D and DLS.
The size of the CPU is based upon the controlled discrete outputs, which in this example are the solenoids and contactors.