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Controller

The corporate manager responsible for the firm's accounting activities. Sometimes referred to as the comptroller (which means the same thing).

Controller

The chief accountant in a company or government. The controller is the head of the accounting department and is responsible for financial and managerial accounting. He/she helps management interpret and appropriately respond to accounting data. A controller is also called a comptroller.

controller

An organization's chief accounting officer, who is responsible for establishing and maintaining the organization's accounting system. Also called comptroller.
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Newest temperature controllers, Models 3508 (1/8-DIN) and 3504 (1/4-DIN), are specifically designed for demanding, high-accuracy, single-loop applications.
A companion compactibility controller, which works in conjunction with the moisture controller described above, also is available.
The direct execution, hardware JVM at the heart of aJile's JNIB edge controller delivers superior real-time performance, taking full advantage of Cingular's high speed data network.
Also supplies level controls, motor controllers, current/voltage and phase monitors, digital panel meters, temperature controls, PLCs, inductive sensors, and solid-state-relays.
Said differently, each storage controller within a distributed cluster provides storage volume (LUN) access without requiring that another paired or partner controller exist.
Primary controller mirrors the write data to a redundant cache in a redundant controller
Over 15 years ago Avi Regev, a Tel Aviv based corporate CPA, realized that an accounting degree and working experience alone were not adequate to prepare executives for the unique challenges of CFO and Controller positions.
This I/O multiplication on writes puts a further strain on back-end disks and buses in RAID controllers.
Other units include 1/16-, 1/8- and 1/4-DIN temperture controllers with analog or digital setpoints and on/off or proportional control.
The major challenges in creating a solution integrating all the functionality of both these devices involve the lasers in the OPU, as well as the controller and AFE circuitry.
A digital controller will reduce production costs through a simplified design with reduced parts count, including optimum use of off-the-shelf components.
Advantage family of single-zone temperature/process controllers includes low-cost EZ series in 1/4-DIN and 1/16-DIN sizes.

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