Batch Processing

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Batch Processing

The completion of a number of tasks by a computer without manual input by a person. A computer can be programmed to use batch processing in order to make it faster and more efficient. Batch processing traces its roots to the invention of the modern computer in the 1950s and 1960s.
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Internal tracking in the factory and good batch control, essential for traceability, is not actually a legal requirement.
The continuous or batch control Type 8055 incorporates two transistor outputs (40VDC, 100mA), 0/4-20mA current output and RS485.
The continuous or batch control unit incorporates two transistor outputs (40VDC, 100mA), 0/4-20mA current output and RS485.
Small Powder System prepackages small additives in low-melt polyethylene bags for direct addition to the mix and has accurate batch control of 32 bins in multiformulation with auto-bag form/fill/seal.
Food suppliers need to tighten up their batch control and record-keeping or risk falling foul of traceability requirements in the EU General Food Law, which comes into force in January experts have warned.
The maximum amounts batch control, the duration of the contract are
Our] flagship batch control, the Scorpion, has been manufactured since 1999.
Water meters from Eurobake are available in three model variants including the DOMIX 45 which offers a 80-programme memory for exact recipe control for automatic batch control.
In second generation systems, the batch control function is performed by an external computer shared by multiple filling stations.
Batch control had become more precise and more sophisticated.
The enhanced PPLM product provides scientists a completely integrated solution to develop an agnostic recipe that incorporates S88 standards for batch control, cross team multi-site cooperation and Quality by Design," said Vinay Ambekar, vice president of engineering, Conformia.
Pursuant to Article 77-1 of the Public Procurement Code, the minimum amounts and annual maximum batch control are